Trump tweeted at Nancy Pelosi to end the shutdown over the wall: ‘Let’s make a deal?’

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  • President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon to ask House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to “make a deal” that includes funding for a wall along the southern US border.
  • Trump’s tweet comes 11 days into a partial government shutdown that came after gridlock among congressional lawmakers who did not secure Trump’s requested $ 5 billion for a wall along the southern US border.
  • Democrats have released plans to reopen the government, but none include funding for the wall. 

President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon to ask House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to “make a deal” that includes his desired $ 5 billion in funding for a wall along the southern US border.

Trump wrote: “Border Security and the Wall “thing” and Shutdown is not where Nancy Pelosi wanted to start her tenure as Speaker! Let’s make a deal?”

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