House Chief Justice Ward Hoyer told Fox News "Your World with Neil Kavuwo" on Tuesday that he will have no objection to President Trump who will address the Union to the House of Representatives on January 29, Home Speaker Repetitive threats by Nancy Pelosi that traditional speech will be postponed.
Hoyer, D-Md., Also noted that the Senate plans to vote on Thursday afternoon on republican and democratic proposals to end the partial suspension of the federal government. day. Both are cloud voices, which means they both have to go through 60 years.
"This is certainly a step forward in order to have voices and my understanding … that one of the bills we have sent, which opens the government again by February 8, will be put on the floor," said Hoyer, "I am confident that any democrat will vote for this bill."
The Bill of Rights follows Tramp's proposal on Saturday, in which he proposed the Democrats' three year extension (DACA) recipients in return for $ 5.7 billion, which he seeks as a barrier on the southern border of the nation with Mexico
GROUP CHALLENGES WILL NOT BE INCLUDED The proposed White House deal will extend the three-year protection for 300,000 beneficiaries of the Temporary Protection Status Program (TPS), which protects immigrants from certain countries with conditions that prevent citizens from becoming return safely.
But Hoyer, the Democrat of No. 2, said that Senate Republicans can not really rely on even a Democrat to back this legislation, which means it will not come close to the threshold of 60 votes needed to pass. Republicans have a narrow 53-47 majority in the Senate. "I do not think he will unleash the Democrats," said Hoyer, adding that closure is "dangerous" amid reports that an unprecedented number of federal airport security agents are calling patients. "They think the government needs to be resumed, then there should be negotiations."
Hoyer's comments came when Fox News reported that the White House is still planning to continue with the Union's address for next week. as the details remain in the air after Pelosi urged the President to delay the speech or present it in writing in the government's fight.
Fox News has learned that the White House has sent a letter to the Arms sergeant to plan a transition to the planned address for the next week. This happens after the previous walk last week was canceled at Pelosi's request.
According to many sources, it remains unclear whether the address scheduled for January 29 will actually go ahead or where it will be.
The White House is even planning a speech outside of Washington.
Pelosi pointed out threats to the security of the event, given that the main federal agencies were not funded, but senior Homeland Security officials told Fox News that the agency was ready and well prepared for the event. The Republicans accused Pelosi of a policy of address.  THE UNION OF INABILITY: THE WORKER CAN PROVIDE ADDRESS IN THE SENSE
"This is certainly a step forward in order to have voices." Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md.
Asked by host Nil Cavouto whether Trump might lawfully ask to surrender the state of the Union to Parliament on the Pelosi objection, Hoyer said he could not. Although Pelosi has not officially rejected Trump from her statement, she has suggested that speech is not a good idea and should be presented only in written form.
"In his right – now it's a technical term, and that's no answer," said Hoyer. "The President comes here at the invitation of Congress, and in particular Parliament, to address the United States Congress."
Article II, section 3, of the US Constitution also gives the President the opportunity to "convene one or two chambers of Congress in extraordinary cases." But this provision has not been used since 1947 and 1948 when President Harry Truman examined this opportunity twice, and "calling" does not necessarily mean that Trump will be more
And when Truman used Article II, Section 3 to "convene" a congress, he did it when Congress was outside the meeting. Both Democrats and Republicans have pledged to hold Congress at a sitting until stopping is allowed. Congressional Joint Session. This has not yet happened. If the Senate decides to accept the president instead, a resolution will still be needed.
But Hoyer, in an apparent interruption with Pelosi, did not seem to have problems with Trempe's solution. "Of course," answered Hoyer when asked if he would be personally opened to Trump in the House of the Union. Asked if Pelosi would agree, he added, "I do not know what the discussions were about." In another case with Pelosi, Hoyer resisted again when asked if the walls were really "immorality."
"Physical barriers are part of the solution," said Hoyer. "See, if it is protection for people, it is moral if it closes people, it may be immoral."
On Thursday afternoon, the Senate will vote the President's Compromise Plan to End Government Closure and Funding a Border Wall
The Democratic plan will reopen the government by February 8 without providing funding for the wall
On Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , R-Ku claims that Trump's plan is the only one an idealistic way to put an end to the ongoing partial closure of the federal government, which is already on the 32nd day. "
" The Opportunity to Tackle the Disaster Recovery Fund ending all this looks into the face, "McConnell said this week, all that needs to happen is that the Democrats agree that it is time to put the country ahead of politics, take" yes "to answer and to vote to put this exaggeration behind us. "
McConnell added: "To be clear, the proposal presented by the President that we will look here in the Senate is the only proposal that is currently in front of us and can be signed by the president and immediately resume the government." [ButHoyerspeakingwithKavutosaidTrump"createdtheseproblems"withDACAtryingtocancelit"NowhesaysIwillresolveitforyouthisisnotanegotiationIt'sfoolishtomakethispresident"
The PP account includes funding to allow customs and border patrols to " significant investments in advanced surveillance technology, funding for recruiting and training 750 people, new border patrol agents … and $ 5.7 billion to build a physical barrier in the highest priority areas of the southern border, "McConnell said. 19659003] In his remarks, McConnell also pointed out the Democrats, co it was publicly challenged by Hannah's spokeswoman Nancy Pelosi, saying that the border wall would be "immorality." Can they look like champions of the so-called "resistance"? "" This is not surprising given that just a few weeks ago the chairman went out on the threshold and said the physical security of the border was in the face, I quote, "immorality," he went on, "but not every Democrat seems to see it that way. And how could they? A Democrat from the State of Washington admitted, I quote that "the wall itself is not a bad idea … it is done." Another from Illinois claims, quote: "If we have a partial wall if we have fences, if we have technology used to preserve at our border, it's all right. "And one of the delegates from the Californian delegation said, quoting:" We will support border security … all its elements, including fences. "There can be no compromise when one party says," That's what we want, and that's what you want, "Senate Majority Chuck Sumer, DN.Y, said in his own remarks .
Chairman of the Home Security Committee of the country, Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., Broke with some of his Democrats in Congress, confirming in an interview with ABC News "This week" that he "will not exclude a wall in some cases "although he warned that the White House needed a better" plan "than just using a wall, Hoyer also appeared aside with Thompson's position last Wednesday on the Fox News Special Report with Brett Bayer, claiming that the boundary walls "obviously" work in some areas and reject the assumptions that the barriers' must be removed where they already exist. Hoyer also said that the walls are not necessarily a matter of morality. Earlier this month, in an interview with CNN, Democratic California representative Juan Vargas admitted that these physical protections were effective and increased security for locals.
"I mean, you're going to the border and you're seeing a long line of people waiting to get in … So we have a problem having big lines waiting to get in," Vargas said at anchor Don Lemon. there is fencing to be honest with you There are places where we already have fencing where there was a sense of certainty Fox The News Chad Pergram, Alex Papas, John Roberts and Neal Kavouto contributed to this report.