"Trump caved. He announced he's going to sign a wall-free temporary spending package to reopen the government", the New York Daily News tweeted Friday with an early look at their Saturday cover photo.
"We have been hoping for months to do it through legislation with Democrats because that's the right way for the government to function, but at the end of the day the president's commitment is to defend the nation, and he'll do it either with or without Congress", he said. Democrats indicated to Trump that they would agree to money for border security in the next round of budget talks now under way, Mulvaney said.
The dispute shuttered about a quarter of US government operations for 35 days, before Trump on Friday agreed with a Democratic demand to reopen the government until February 15, without any wall funding, while the two sides negotiate over border security funding.
Immediately ahead is the still unresolved question of how much money, if any, Congress gives him to build the wall he along the U.S. -Mexico border. But Mulvaney said the USA leader would secure the border "with or without Congress", including by declaring a national emergency, if he has to.
The deal includes back pay for some 800,000 federal workers who have gone without paychecks.
Moreover, calling the president's planned border wall "immoral" simply admits that it works.
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"The administration asked department heads to reopen offices in a "prompt and orderly manner" and said hundreds of thousands of furloughed employees, whose latest missed payday had brought new urgency to efforts to resolve the standoff, could return to work".
"Many disagree, but I really feel that working with Democrats and Republicans, we can make a truly great and secure deal happen for everyone", he said.
The shutdown resulted in many federal attractions and national parks to be closed indefinitely, long lines at airport security checkpoints, and staff shortages at United States airports, including one at LaGuardia Airport in New York Friday morning.
Polls showed voters blamed largely him for the shutdown. But if a deal on the wall isn't made by Feb.15, the president insisted his administration would be "off to the races".
"As federal employees return to work on Monday after a bruising 35 day absence, Democrat and Republican leaders are to form a bipartisan 'conference committee" to start the hard process of finding common ground before the February 15 deadline.
President Donald Trump, who famously vowed to negotiate big deals in the White House, came out of a government shutdown battle on Friday politically wounded and outmaneuvered by US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi rescinded her invitation to Trump to deliver his State of the Union speech in the House chamber on January 29, citing security concerns due to the shutdown. Faced with an internal revolt, Mr McConnell telephoned Mr Trump to tell him that the shutdown could not hold, reported the Washington Post.
"Hopefully now the president has learned his lesson", Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said in a press conference with Pelosi.