House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Nancy PelosiPublications of Trump's new immigration rule are greatly exaggerated The latest pro-democracy rally draws tens of thousands in Hong Kong to Lewandowski's would-be Senate candidate: Will the Senate candidate: go to win "MORE (D-Calif.) warned that proposed cuts to foreign aid already appropriated by Congress could jeopardize a budget deal with the White House in a letter Sunday to Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Stephen Turner MnuchinTrump called the CEOs of banks when the stock market sank on Wednesday: Hill's morning report – Trump and new Israeli government dispute Trump pressures on Mnuchin over China's currency manipulator labeling: report MORE
"I want you to work in the administration to stop this proposed repeal, which GAO [Government Accountability Office] claims to be illegal, which violates the good faith of our budget negotiations, which important Republicans claim to be who are "the most fundamental constitutional force in Congress," Pelosi wrote in his letter to Mnuchin.
Pelosi encloses a letter from Senator Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) and Rep. Hal Rogers Harold (Hal) Dallas RogersAppropriators warn White House against lifting Hillicon Valley foreign aid: Trump officials investigate French tax on tech giants | Fed chair raises concerns about Facebook cryptocurrency project FCC blocks part of San Francisco Broadband Competition Law House members warn of misinformation "battle" Lawmakers, experts view fight against Russian misinformation as "battle" MORE (R-Ky.), Former chair of the Committee on Budgets, expressing his own concerns about the proposed $ 4.3 billion dollars in cuts to State Department funding and the US Agency for International Development Financing.
The spokesman also included a bilateral letter warning against a new waiver package signed by Parliament's Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Elliott Engel Elliott Lance Engel Democrats struck alleged politicization of Trump's State Department, Trump IG Trump is moving forward with the sale of the F-16 to Taiwan, opposed by China's Liberal Democrat, eyes helping to reduce Israel after Omar, Tlaib refused entry MORE (DN.Y.) and ranking member Michael McCaul Michael Thomas McCaulTrump Move and going forward with the sale of the F-16 to Taiwan, opposing Republicans of China's top foreign affairs: "It will be of benefit to all of us" to visit Omar, Tlaib Israel Trump imposes new sanctions on Russia for using chemical weapons MORE (D-Texas) and Senate Foreign Relations Committee James Rish (R-Idaho) and Ranking Member Robert Menendez Robert (Bob) MenendezHouse Passes Immigration Protection for Venezuelan Senate Committee a bipartisan bill for lower drug prices in the background GOP blowback Democrats pledge to fight Trump detention policy while traveling to border MORE (DN.J.)
"Moving to cancel funding in the absence of political input from the State Department and USAID [U.S. Agency for International Development] only undermine our interests in national security and relieve our adversaries, ”Rogers and Graham wrote. "We urge you to reconsider this approach."
Other members of the Committee on Budgets also warned against the attempt to cancel it on Friday.
"The Trump administration's continued efforts to illegally withhold funding that Congress approves critical standards in our democratic process," committee chair Nina Lowy (DN.Y.) said in a statement to The Hill on Friday.  "We insist that the administration spend the appropriate foreign assistance funds and work with the GAO to make sure the law is complied with," she added.