No clear way to end the shutdown, which began December 22, was evident, increasing the anxiety level of 800,000 federal workers who are furloughed with some struggling to make ends meet.
Trump on Saturday offered to extend temporary protections for young immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children and those fleeing disaster zones for three years in exchange for $5.7 billion for his border wall.
Convening the Senate, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Trump's 1,300-page spending measure - including $5.7 billion to fund the wall - "would break through this stalemate and would reopen government swiftly and deliver on a number of other policy priorities". Leaders of the House of Representatives have already rejected it.
One America News we will be carrying both of the president's State of the Union addresses, and will have special coverage of the congressional speech with Liz Wheeler. She had cited concerns about security for the event with some personnel furloughed during a monthlong shutdown.
The White House has asked the House sergeant-at-arms for a State of the Union walk through, according to a senior administration official, an indication that the White House is still interested in going ahead with the annual address.
At the same time, the White House is continuing to work on contingency plans and has been considering potential alternatives, including a rally, as a back-up venue.
Originally, one version was prepared for if the government was still shutdown and the another if the government was open, but that has evolved to assuming the shutdown will drag on. Not a single Democrat publicly expressed support for Trump's proposal since he announced it over the weekend.
In 2017, Trump moved to end the Dreamers' protections, triggering a court battle.
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Details of the measure released late Monday highlight the trade-off of border wall funding for temporary protection from deportation for some immigrants.
Trump may have lost the Dreamer issue as his main negotiating point on Tuesday when the Supreme Court refused, at least during this term, to consider an administration appeal of lower court rulings allowing continued temporary protections for the immigrant youths. Trump has tried dismantling the Obama-era program for so-called "Dreamer" immigrants, those who arrived in the US illegally as children, but has been blocked by federal lawsuits.
Before the Supreme Court's announcement, USA lawmakers were poised this week to take up competing remedies for ending the partial government shutdown, which has interrupted scores of vital federal services.
The other measure, from Democrats, also seems unlikely to pass.
"Without a Wall our Country can never have Border or National Security", Trump tweeted.
"If you're looking for a way to open up the government, this is the way", the NY senator said.
"Open the government. Let's talk", said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. "But then we heard what the particulars were in it and it was a non-starter, unfortunately".
Senate Republicans hold a 53-47 majority but would need Democrats to reach the usual 60-vote threshold for bills to advance.
"This gets us started", Clyburn told MSNBC in an interview. Others began seeking new jobs.