Trump walks out on meeting with Democrats

Trump walks out on meeting with Democrats
Trump walks out on meeting with Democrats
A planned meeting between US President Donald Trump and Senior leadership of the democratic party Federal a targeting Trump for impeachment in the cbc’s Lindsey, is at the Whitehouse. Oh Lindsay what happened pockets and she was meeting with them because there was pressure. Is pressure growing for the Democrats to do more when it comes to investigating the president, in fact, there’s a lot of Democrats who say they think it’s time to move to an impeachment process and that’s because White House is stonewalling. Any kinds of Investigations related to the aftermath of the Mueller report: they’re, not letting people appear in front of Congress, are taking subpoenas and going to court and after that meeting Nancy Pelosi, and she said that it is important for them to follow the facts. We believe that no one is above the law, including the president of the United States. United States is engaged in a cover-up. My house was supposed to be without infrastructure, it was long planned. It did not last very long lesson. 5 minutes Trump’s walked in and then he walked out heading straight to the cameras and says a plan to a meeting. I walk in to look at people that I just said that I was doing a cover-up. I don’t do cover ups. You people know that probably better than anybody Nancy Pelosi, Trump Schumer they go back to the hills – are hold their own news conference. They say all they wanted to do was talk about infrastructure and tears. More from Nancy Pelosi took a pass, and it just makes me wonder why why she did that. In any event, I pray for the president of the United States and I prayed to the United States of America. It made me kind of wonder why she saying that you know that either when you see when you say something like that, it’s usually someone is sick or someone is in deep trouble. What do you think all this means contrast of the behavior of this President Donald Trump walking in front of the camera? Is it ranting and raving to other presidents and texting brought up in Jefferson in Her speech? This is political theater to this isn’t Pelosi trying to contract. What the Democrats want to offer to what they’re seeing play out in the White House is saying that they are. You know all policy all the time which isn’t necessarily true, because there in this whole impeachment debate as well. What this boils down to, though, is it any hope of cooperation on infrastructure is out the window. There’S also consequences for an issue that affects Canada, because the other thing that Congress needs to do is ratify the new Trade Agreement. Now this is steel. Tariffs are gone in this context. It’S hard to imagine that the Democrats want to give Donald Trump anything. Looking like a win – and they do have concerns about the agreement as it pertains to labor. So this is an escalation and what everyone is waiting to do now, but for now is what is Nancy Pelosi going to do in terms of that pressure? In terms of the investigation 282, the President coming out of the mouth Quincy Washington,
Donald Trump cut short an infrastructure meeting with Democratic leaders and gave an unscheduled press conference where he said he wouldn’t work with Democrats on infrastructure because of what he called “phony” investigations.

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