So why HAS the US government shut down? – BBC News
So why HAS the US government shut down? – BBC News Why is the United States in the midst of a government shutdown? To put it simply? Every year Congress has passed and the president has to sign laws, funding the federal government, in this case number of departments and agencies that don’t have funding and that has led to shut down. The system was designed this way with the separate but equal branches of government. You can have a president controlled by one party Congress or even a part of Congress control by a that. They believe Fosters compromise and deliberation, but in recent decades it has been just the opposite. If we don’t have border security will shut down the government. Do you have any doubt that we are not doing a wall and you have a deadlock in this case Democrats, don’t have any real motivation to strike a deal. They just one sweeping victory in a midterm election where they have taken control of one chamber of Congress. The House of Representative their base doesn’t want to deal name Donald Trump, in particular, for the shutdown law enforcement professionals, have requested 5.7 billion dollars for a physical barrier for Democrats and who was going to set them for the remainder of Donald Trump’s presidency. Donald Trump. On the other hand, is forced the issue by demanding funding for his wall down that wall Build That Wall. His base and conservative commentators have insisted that he take action. The wall was a tangible example, the kind of promises he made on the campaign Trail and if he wasn’t deliver on that promise will be very clear what he wants for reelection in 2020. Song from Christmas drive this as a growing humanitarian and security crisis at our Southern border, a depressant As the shutdown hits three weeks, the BBC’s Anthony Zurcher outlines why we’ve reached this stalemate.
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