The House spokesman, reinforced by a brutal study of Donald Trump, refuses to give the President an easy way out of his own political box as the government's closure triggered by his request for a border wall rises to the 34th day.
In his latest fight with Pelosi, Trump acknowledged defeat late Wednesday and admitted that he would not be able to give his address to the state of the Union until the end of the closure. Earlier in the day he publicly threw his gauntlet and tried to force the speaker to give up his refusal to leave a speech next Tuesday in the Chamber of the Chamber.
Pelosi's victory came before two Senate votes should be held on Thursday on Dueling Republican and Democratic Plans designed to end the suspension. Neither of them could pass through the dead-end street and could just point out that Trump's hopes of victory remain weak.
The President is trying to restructure the political battlefield that is stacked against him, as the sources point out that he is increasingly mistaken for his tactics not turning the tables of the Democrats. Throughout his life, business and politics, Trump has used his dominating personality, a sense of demonstration, and unshakable self-confidence, which often opposes the facts to reach it.
But he finds in the new political context of divided Washington against an experienced adversary that his power of will and talent for engineering television glasses does not move the political needle.
After Pelosi accepted his bold Wednesday and canceled his address for membership in the Union, Trump invaded but failed to come up with effective response.
"She is afraid of the truth, and the super-leftist Democrats, radical Democrats, said the White House president while annoying an alternative address plan."
But the president later announced in Twitter that he had deferred an idea. 19659002] "I do not look for an alternative place for the SOTU address because there is no place that can compete with the history, traditions and meaning of the House of Homes. I look forward in the near future to giving "the great message about the state of the Union," Trump said.
Trump did not exclude a specific political event next Tuesday.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins said the White House was caught unprepared with a quick and resolute response to Pelosi, and her move left the president, who looked great and had no answer when the rebellion was returned with interest.
It seems more and more that the president wrongly judged the closure policy, or perhaps is so trapped in his West Wing and media bubble that he does not get a precise fixation of the worsening political stance.
A little that he does – address the oval office, a trip to the border, a weekend bid that was quickly rejected. of Democrats – seems to improve their position.
An unsuccessful bid to reverse the tide
The performance of the president and the speaker who struggled for a speech aimed at highlighting national unity was hardly in line with the dignity of any of them. Pelosi's claim that exclusion means that the Capitol can not be secured is also controversial.
It might take a couple of days to see if Pelosi's move would make it look "petty," as Trump's adviser Kelin Conway had predicted.
Economic Councilor Stephen Moore told CNN that Pelosi's move was seventh and motivated by the desire to prevent the repetition of what was widely seen last year as a strong message of the state of the Union by the president .
But Pelosi's rigid tactic is a literal example of how it uses the constitutional mechanism of the government to contain and thwart Trump and remind about the importance of the Democratic Party's mid-term election victory.
She has deprived Trump of the chance to do his best for the Americans in the exclusion in the light of the spotlights he loves. The Union's disgrace gives the President a symbolic advantage and filters free access to tens of millions of viewers. Trump could use the most premier stage to produce a narrative for his presidency in general to highlight the strength of the economy and what he regards as a success of his nuclear diplomacy with North Korea.
The risk to Pelosi is that its strategy will exclude voters who are wary of the overwhelming understanding of the new democratic majority, or that it may seem as guilty as Trump for Washington folly.
"Ultimately, the American people will have their way because they want to see no crime, and they want to see what we're doing," he said.
The people who were with Trump on Wednesday see no sign that he is ready to "cave" in the closure, but Pennel Brown of CNN cites an official White House official who says the president is still asking his assistants, "Why blame us all?"
The official said Trump believed accepts all hits, but is the only one on the negotiating concessions.