Could this Whitehouse and Congressional act be walking back into the future? Who controls the White House and both chambers of Congress? What's really going on here?
In just one year, who's managed to shut down the most powerful government on earth? Could it be President Donald Trump and his Republican-controlled Congress, which failed to find the art of a deal on funding federal agencies, or taking the heat for the country’s deep political divisions? Where is that Bill of Love the deal maker proposed?
Does the total GOP majority's one-year anniversary show the only buck that stops there is the dollar and every other buck stops somewhere else?
In run-up to shut down, an erosion of trust derailed talks https://www.apnews.com/5d6fcffc97924ad8955cedaef6121ca5
U.S. government shuts down as Trump feuds with Democrats https://reut.rs/2roYDSz
US government shuts down as partisan blame game heats up https://www.apnews.com/264043352b0745dd8cfcad0852f53abc
Factbox: What happens in a U.S. government shutdown? http://reut.rs/2DkJX8w
#TrumpShutdown becomes top trending hashtag worldwide http://hill.cm/NxA1u0a
Government shutdown begins and so does the finger-pointing https://www.apnews.com/e01ae8f8033d46cc98465181503ff036
Trump blamed Obama for the previous shutdown, said only presidents are to blame http://hill.cm/luRtEaW