Trump signs omnibus spending bill


The Big Q: Why is our President afraid of a government shutdown? "I'm upset that we're spending like every Democrat that we criticized", Paul said. "But we were in a sense forced if we want to build our military, we were forced to have".

Bemoaning the more than 2,000-page document laid before Congress on Wednesday as impossible to read before a vote that is planned for Thursday, Paul slammed his conservative allies for going along with the massive spending bill.

This is likely the last major piece of legislation Congress will pass before the hotly anticipated 2018 midterm elections - and if the president has his way, he will spike any similar bill that comes out during the remainder of his term.

Criticizing several spending measures shoehorned into the bill, Trump called on Congress to grant the president a line-item veto power for spending bills.

Mr. Savage went on to say, "Where do we go from here?" "Nobody read it. It's only hours old". "Some people don't even know what's in it". "It's the second largest ever".

President Trump did not change the game as promised, he is now playing the DC Game.

The president was flanked by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who pledge to spend the money wisely, as well as Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and other senior officials.

DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which was started by the previous Obama administration, which allows some individuals, under restrictive conditions, who entered the country as minors.

"Overall, we Democrats are very happy with what we were able to accomplish on a number of priorities to the middle class and America, including infrastructure, education, opioids, mental health, and child care", Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said. It also excludes livestock producers from the reporting requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency's livestock emissions reporting mandate.

The bill also includes as a rider the Taylor Force Act, which would cut some aid to Palestinians until they end stipends for terror convicts and families of slain attackers.

"We thank House and Senate leaders for adopting a common-sense, consumer friendly approach to ensure that, no matter where consumers purchase their ticket, they are protected by the same standards of transparency and customer service", Calio added.