Dems are acting really silly these days.
Nancy is telling President Trump to stay away from wall negotiations and let congress handle it.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged the White House to stay out of congressional negotiations on funding for border security during a Thursday weekly press availability.
“I ask the administration to be as non-interventionist as I am,” she said in regard to negotiations.
The congressional negotiations are set to expire on February 15 when President Donald Trump is expected to declare a national emergency at the southern border in order to begin construction on a border wall if his desired level of funding is not reached on Capitol Hill.
The negotiations are a result of a 35-day government shutdown lasting from late December to January when Trump demanded $5.7 billion in funding for his proposed wall. Pelosi and Democratic minority leader Chuck Schumer refused to give in to his demand and offered only $1.6 billion in border security funding, with the stipulation that no funding could be used for new construction on a wall.
Trump agreed in late January to temporarily re-open the government for three weeks until February 15 and allow for a period of negotiations, stipulating that a national emergency declaration is all but certain if his terms are not met. But the negotiations have been fraught from the beginning with many of the Democrats on the conference committee saying unequivocally they will not support wall funding.