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the latest: democrat saw 'some progress' in trump meeting


washington — the latest on the budget battle in congress (all times local):2:45 p.m.top senate democrat chuck schumer says he and president donald trump "made some progress" at a white house meeting, "but we still have a good number of disagreements."the new york democrat said "discussions will continue."trump asked schumer to the white house for a meeting that lasted more than an hour.the oval office session came with hours to go before a partial government shutdown at midnight.schumer'ss pressing for protections for younger immigrants brought to the country illegally as children, but the white house and republicans say talks on that issue should be kept separate from legislation to prevent a shutdown.___2:30 p.m.senate democratic leader chuck schumer has left the white house after a leng






schumer: progress, but no deal on shutdown after trump meeting


newsday political columnist dan janison, appearing on news 12 long island on friday, jan. 19, 2018, spoke about the possibility of a government shutdown and what effects long islanders might encounter. (credit: news 12 long island)by tom [email protected] @tombrunedc updated january 19, 2018 3:38 pm print see commentsshare share tweet share emailwashington — senate minority leader chuck schumer said his white house meeting with president trump resulted in “some progress” but did not reach a deal to avoid a government shutdown before the friday midnight deadline.the president invited his fellow new yorker and leader of the 49-member democratic caucus to discuss the deadlock as the senate waited to vote postponed thursday night on a four-week spending deal that the house approved on






blame game, but no agreement after trump, schumer meet


washington — president donald trump and senate democratic leader chuck schumer met friday afternoon in an eleventh-hour effort to avert a government shutdown, with a bitterly divided washington locked in partisan stare-down over politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported.republicans and democrats in congress and the white house traded blame for the possible shutdown just hours before the midnight deadline. and trump phoned the new york lawmaker to invite him to the white house to try to reach some sort of accord."we made some progress, but we still have a good number of disagreements," schumer told reporters upon returning to capitol hill.as news of the schumer meeting spread, the white house sought to reassure republican congressional l






democratic leaders pelosi, schumer call off meeting with trump after he tweets '


democratic leaders on capitol hill announced tuesday they would no longer attend a meeting with president trump, responding to his tweet earlier in the day that “i don’t see a deal” with “chuck and nancy.”“given that the president doesn’t see a deal between democrats and the white house, we believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our republican counterparts in congress instead,” rep. nancy pelosi (d-san francisco) and sen. charles e. schumer (d-new york) wrote in a joint statement.they said they would instead request a meeting with majority leader mitch mcconnell and house speaker paul d. ryan, congress’s republican leaders.“we don’t have any time to waste in addressing the issues that confront us, so we’re going to continue to negotiate with republican leaders who ma






trump invites democratic leader schumer to white house for last-minute shutdown


with a government shutdown looming, president trump reached out friday to senate minority leader charles e. schumer (d-n.y.) and invited him to the white house for talks, according to two sources familiar with the negotiations.schumer, who cut a previous budget deal with trump last fall over the strong objections of gop leaders, was headed to the white house, the sources confirmed.the meeting comes as congress pushed the federal government to the brink of a shutdown. senate democrats — joined by some gop deficit hawks and immigration allies — were set to filibuster a stopgap funding bill ahead of a midnight deadline.president trump postponed his weekend getaway to mar-a-lago as the livelihoods of federal workers hung in the balance. white house budget director mick mulvaney put the shutdow






top dems pull out of trump meeting after his twitter attack


washington — congress' top democratic leaders abruptly pulled out of a planned meeting tuesday with president donald trump after he attacked them on twitter, casting doubt on the prospects for a quick agreement to avert a government shutdown at the end of next week.trump tweeted early tuesday that "i don't see a deal!" with senate minority leader charles schumer and top house democrat nancy pelosi of california and accused them of being soft on crime, taxes and illegal immigration.schumer and pelosi shot back by canceling the afternoon white house meeting and asking instead for immediate talks with top republican leaders in congress."given that the president doesn't see a deal between democrats and the white house, we believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our republ






democrats pull out of meeting after trump's twitter attack


washington — congress' top democratic leaders abruptly pulled out of a planned meeting tuesday with president donald trump after he attacked them on twitter, casting doubt on the prospects for a quick agreement to avert a government shutdown at the end of next week.trump tweeted early tuesday that "i don't see a deal!" with senate minority leader charles schumer and top house democrat nancy pelosi of california and accused them of being soft on crime, taxes and illegal immigration.schumer and pelosi shot back by canceling the afternoon white house meeting and asking instead for immediate talks with top republican leaders in congress."given that the president doesn't see a deal between democrats and the white house, we believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our republ






pelosi and schumer pull out of meeting with trump after he says a spending deal


the pair said they didn't want to go to the meeting for a "show meeting" with trump.        






trump, schumer meet at white house as a divided congress hurtles toward governme


president donald trump and senate democratic leader chuck schumer met friday afternoon in an eleventh-hour effort to avert a government shutdown, with a bitterly divided washington locked in partisan stare-down over politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported.republicans and democrats in congress and the white house traded blame for the possible shutdown just hours remaining before the midnight deadline. trump phoned the new york lawmaker to invite him to the white house to try to reach some sort of accord.democrats in the senate have served notice they will filibuster a four-week, government-wide funding bill that cleared the house thursday evening. that could expose them to charges that they are responsible for a shutdown, but they poin






top democrats pull out of white house meeting after trump badmouths them on twit


congress' top democratic leaders abruptly pulled out of a planned meeting tuesday with president donald trump after he attacked them on twitter, casting doubt on the prospects for a quick agreement to avert a government shutdown at the end of next week.trump tweeted early tuesday that "i don't see a deal!" with senate minority leader charles schumer and top house democrat nancy pelosi of california and accused them of being soft on crime, taxes and illegal immigration.schumer and pelosi shot back by canceling the afternoon white house meeting and asking instead for immediate talks with top republican leaders in congress."given that the president doesn't see a deal between democrats and the white house, we believe the best path forward is to continue negotiating with our republican counterp






pelosi and schumer pull out of meeting with trump after he says he couldn't


the pair said they didn't want to go to the meeting for a "show meeting" with trump.        






today: trump’s deal or no deal


president trump’s erratic deal-making style is leaving lawmakers in both parties wary.top storiestrump’s deal or no dealit began, yet again, on twitter: president trump attackedsenate minority leader charles e. schumer and house minority leader nancy pelosi, falsely claiming that they are demanding higher taxes and “unchecked” immigration as the clock ticks down to a potential government shutdown next week. that led to “chuck and nancy” pulling out of a meeting with trump and their gop counterparts to discuss making deals on some must-do items. though democrats were the target this time, trump has blindsided republicans more than once too, leaving many in both parties distrustful of negotiations with him. meanwhile, trump did make some concessions to try winning over reluctant republicans






gop committee blasts 'schumer shutdown' as chairman disavows 'shu


sen. cory gardner said both parties should take the blame if there is government shutdown while the republican group he leads was blaming democrats.        






gop leaders seek to avert shutdown over spending


washington — top republicans tried quelling gop divisions over the budget and a partisan immigration clash simmered in the background as leaders labored tuesday to push a short-term spending bill through congress by week's end and avert a partial government shutdown.republican leaders postponed a planned house vote on the temporary spending measure from wednesday until thursday, buying time to iron out disputes with conservatives seeking tighter budget curbs. the delay underscored the clout conservatives wield within the house gop as leaders work to avoid a shutdown that would deal the latest blow to a party that has strained all year to show it can govern effectively.there seemed to be little taste by most in either party, at least for now, to shutter agency doors with 2018 midterm electi






ted cruz concerned democrats will trigger government shutdown


ted cruz, no stranger himself to government funding fights, expressed concern monday that the “democratic radical left” would prompt a government shutdown in the coming weeks as congress faces an april 28 deadline to pass a spending bill.“you know, i very much hope we don’t have a shutdown,” cruz told reporters. “i will say i’m concerned. i think [senate minority leader] chuck schumer and the democrats want a shutdown.”cruz had a starring role in the 2013 government shutdown, which lasted 16 days and was prompted over failed efforts by republicans to defund the affordable care act. afterward, some republicans blamed cruz for helping instigate the shutdown without a realistic plan to prompt the obama administration to blink on the issue. “you know, one of the dynamics we’ve got is the democ






trump seeks democrats' help on year-end budget, daca deal


after railing against democrats for weeks and pushing a sweeping tax plan over their objections, president trump reached out to the rivals monday — a subtle acknowledgment that he’ll need their help to avert a government shutdown at the end of the week.trump invited congressional leaders to the white house thursday for discussions on a year-end budget deal, a do-over after democrats backed out of an earlier meeting when the president tweeted shortly beforehand that he saw “no deal” to be made.trump had little choice but to soften his approach. because many republican lawmakers refuse to vote for almost any new spending bill, trump needs democrats to provide what house minority leader nancy pelosi (d-san francisco) calls “the currency of the realm” — the votes needed to approve a bill to ke






new york ties bind trump and schumer, but can they last through health care?


both trump and schumer are media-savvy pragmatists who love the give-and-take — or the art, shall we say — of negotiating a deal, big apple style.        






house passes stopgap spending bill, setting up bigger spending fight this month


congress passed a short-term spending bill thursday, avoiding a partial government shutdown in the coming days but setting up a more heated spending fight later this month.the measure to extend government funding until dec. 22 passed the house and senate by comfortable margins. president donald trump indicated he will sign the stopgap deal, averting a partial government shutdown that had been set to take effect at 12:01 saturday morning.congressional leaders of both parties went to the white house thursday afternoon to begin talks with trump on a long-term spending pact."we're all here today as a very friendly, well-unified group, well-knit-together group of people," trump said at the top of the oval office meeting. "we hope that we're going to make some great progress for our country. i t






trump backs away from border wall money demand as shutdown showdown looms


president donald trump stepped back monday from demanding a down payment for his border wall in must-past spending legislation, potentially removing a major obstacle to a bipartisan deal just days ahead of a government shutdown deadline.trump told a gathering of around 20 conservative media reporters monday evening that he would be willing to return to the wall funding issue in september, according to two people who were in the room. they spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the get-together, which was not originally intended to be on the record.the border wall money is fiercely opposed by democrats, whose votes are needed to pass the government-wide spending legislation that comes due friday at midnight. the wall is also unpopular with many republicans, and gop negotiators on capito






trump backs away from border wall money demand as shutdown showdown looms


president donald trump stepped back monday from demanding a down payment for his border wall in must-past spending legislation, potentially removing a major obstacle to a bipartisan deal just days ahead of a government shutdown deadline.trump told a gathering of around 20 conservative media reporters monday evening that he would be willing to return to the wall funding issue in september, according to two people who were in the room. they spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the get-together, which was not originally intended to be on the record.the border wall money is fiercely opposed by democrats, whose votes are needed to pass the government-wide spending legislation that comes due friday at midnight. the wall is also unpopular with many republicans, and gop negotiators on capito






sen. schumer spoofs trump's flattery-filled cabinet meeting


president trump's first full cabinet meeting was an exercise in group deference.trump kicked things off monday by bragging about his "record-setting pace" in his first few months in office – a claim some might question, since he has signed no significant legislation even though his party controls the senate and house.after that, each person at the table began their progress report with roughly the same message: thank you, mr. president."it's an honor to be able to serve you," said atty. gen. jeff sessions, who will testify on tuesday before the senate intelligence committee."my hat's off to you for taking that stand," said energy secretary rick perry, referring to trump's decision to pull out of the paris climate accord."the greatest privilege of my life," said mike pence of his role as vi






us spending deal shows democrats still wield clout in congress


republicans control the u.s. congress and the white house but a bipartisan deal on nearly $1.2 trillion in federal spending that would avert a government shutdown had the fingerprints of democrats all over it.u.s. president donald trump told bloomberg news in an interview on monday he was “very happy” with the deal announced late on sunday. but democrats claimed victory on issue after issue, and suggested the path for congress going forward was to navigate around trump in a bipartisan manner if he refuses to constructively engage with lawmakers.trump scored up to $15 billion in additional funding for a military buildup, though that sum was about half of what he sought in deal reached by republican and democratic congressional negotiators.money for a u.s.-mexico border wall trump has said i






trump’s push to fund wall may be delayed as government shutdown looms


u.s. president donald trump indicated an openness on monday to delaying his push to secure funds for his promised border wall with mexico, potentially eliminating a sticking point as lawmakers worked to avoid a looming shutdown of the federal government.trump, in a private meeting with conservative media outlets, said he may wait until republicans begin drafting the budget blueprint for the fiscal year that starts on oct. 1 to seek government funds for building a wall along the u.s.-mexico border, the white house confirmed.trump, whose approval ratings have slid since he took office, is facing a friday deadline for congress to pass a spending bill funding the government through september or risk marking his 100th day in office on saturday with a government shutdown.“now the bipartisan and






trump suggests 2-phase immigration deal for 'dreamers'


washington — searching for a bipartisan deal to avoid a government shutdown, president donald trump suggested tuesday that an immigration agreement could be reached in two phases — first by addressing young immigrants and border security with what he called a "bill of love," then by making comprehensive changes that have long eluded congress.trump presided over a lengthy meeting with republican and democratic lawmakers seeking a solution for hundreds of thousands of young people who were brought to the u.s. as children and living here illegally. trump last year ended the obama-era deferred action for childhood arrivals program, which shielded more than 700,000 people from deportation and gave them the right to work legally. he gave congress until march to find a fix.the president, congress






trump suggests a two-phase immigration deal for 'dreamers'


washington — searching for a bipartisan deal to avoid a government shutdown, president donald trump suggested tuesday that an immigration agreement could be reached in two phases — first by addressing young immigrants and border security with what he called a "bill of love," then by making comprehensive changes that have long eluded congress.trump presided over a lengthy meeting with republican and democratic lawmakers seeking a solution for hundreds of thousands of young people who were brought to the u.s. as children and living here illegally. trump last year ended the obama-era deferred action for childhood arrivals program, which shielded more than 700,000 people from deportation and gave them the right to work legally. he gave congress until march to find a fix.the president, congress






trump suggests 2-phase immigration deal for 'dreamers'


seeking a bipartisan compromise to avoid a government shutdown, president donald trump suggested tuesday that an immigration deal could be reached in two phases — first by addressing young immigrants and border security with what he called a "bill of love," then by making comprehensive changes that have long eluded congress.trump presided over a lengthy meeting with republican and democratic lawmakers seeking a solution for hundreds of thousands of young people who were brought to the u.s. as children and living here illegally. trump last year ended the obama-era deferred action for childhood arrivals program, which shielded more than 700,000 people from deportation and gave them the right to work legally. he gave congress until march to find a fix.the president, congressional republicans






chuck schumer’s staff roasts trump’s cult-like cabinet meeting


president donald trump’s first full cabinet meeting on monday was marked by nearly all the president’s cabinet members lavishing him with effusive praise — a spectacle that many media observers called “bizarre.”chief of staff reince priebus in particular drew ridicule when he thanked trump for “the opportunity and blessing to serve your agenda” during the meeting, as some observers noted it was the kind of thing you’ve expect to see in north korea.sen. chuck schumer (d-ny) had some fun at trump’s expense on monday afternoon when he and his staff posted a video that mocked trump’s cabinet meeting by showing staffers offering gushing, over-the-top praise for the senate minority leader.“you have great hair,” one staffer told him. “nobody has better hair than you.”“before we go any further, i






president trump suggests 2-phase immigration deal for 'dreamers'


seeking a bipartisan compromise to avoid a government shutdown, president donald trump suggested tuesday that an immigration deal could be reached in two phases — first by addressing young immigrants and border security with what he called a "bill of love," then by making comprehensive changes that have long eluded congress.trump held a lengthy meeting with republican and democratic lawmakers seeking a solution for hundreds of thousands of young people who were brought to the u.s. illegally as children. trump last year ended the obama-era deferred action for childhood arrivals program, which shielded more than 700,000 people from deportation and gave then the right to work legally in the country. he gave congress until march to find a fix.the president, congressional republicans and democr






government shutdown looms as talks between democrats, republicans falter


washington – president donald trump and top lawmakers tuesday failed to craft the outlines of a spending agreement as democrats backed out of a planned meeting at the white house amid growing acrimony over a slate of year-end legislative priorities, with a potential government shutdown looming over the negotiations.the impasse all but ensures another holiday-season standoff over legislation designed to keep the government open and that also is expected to settle complex issues regarding immigration and health care.failure to act in the coming days could bring a partial shutdown of government operations, jeopardize health care services for 9 million children and 370,000 pregnant women nationwide and further complicate the fate of hundreds of thousands of children of illegal immigrants, know






trump's shutdown threat raises stakes for lawmakers in looming funding battle


congressional democrats are holding their ground in opposition to president donald trump's proposed border wall after trump threatened to "close down the government" if lawmakers do not provide money for the project when they return from august recess.on wednesday, senate minority leader charles schumer, d-n.y., and house minority leader nancy pelosi, d-calif., repeated their objections to funding a wall and argued trump would be responsible if the government shuts down over the impasse."if the president pursues this path, against the wishes of both republicans and democrats, as well as the majority of the american people, he will be heading towards a government shutdown which nobody will like and which won't accomplish anything," schumer said in a statement.trump's threat tuesday night du






trump sits next to empty chairs after pelosi and schumer decline his meeting


trump spoke to reporters tuesday afternoon, flanked by two empty chairs where nancy pelosi and chuck schumer would have sat.        






trump's saturday tweet salvo aimed at chuck schumer, obamacare


trump tweets that he has offered to negotiate a deal on obamacare with the senate's top democrat. sen. chuck schumer had a tepid response.        






trump backs away from demand for border wall money


washington — president donald trump stepped back monday from demanding a down payment for his border wall in must-past spending legislation, potentially removing a major obstacle to a bipartisan deal just days ahead of a government shutdown deadline.trump told a gathering of around 20 conservative media reporters monday evening that he would be willing to return to the wall funding issue in september, according to two people who were in the room. they spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the get-together, which was not originally intended to be on the record.the border wall money is fiercely opposed by democrats, whose votes are needed to pass the government-wide spending legislation that comes due friday at midnight. the wall is also unpopular with many republicans, and gop negotiat






congress likely racing toward a government shutdown


washington — a bitterly-divided congress hurtled toward a government shutdown this weekend in a partisan stare-down over demands by democrats for a solution on politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported.democrats in the senate have served notice they will filibuster a four-week, government-wide funding bill that passed the house thursday evening, seeking to shape a subsequent measure but exposing themselves to charges they are responsible for a looming shutdown.republicans controlling the narrowly-divided chamber took up the fight, arguing that democrats were holding the entire government hostage over demands to protect "dreamer" immigrants brought to the country illegally as children."democratic senators' fixation on illegal immigration






trump tells confidants that a government shutdown might be good for him


durbin called the gop proposal "a disappointment," noting that the more than 400 pages of proposals included a new definition of an asylum seeker - a legal issue settled by an international treaty."that's way beyond border security that they're talking about," he said.multiple gop aides confirmed the details of the talks, but said democrats have yet to present a counteroffer."by threatening to shut down the government and refusing to negotiate, sen. durbin is jeopardizing the fate of daca recipients," said a senior gop aide, insisting on anonymity to speak frankly about the talks.inside the white house, trump's aides are trying to schedule a bipartisan meeting for next week with ryan, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell, r-ky., schumer and pelosi, according to a white house official wit






‘baffled’ chuck schumer tries to help trump cram for putin meeting via twitter


facebook, trump news, world‘baffled’ chuck schumer tries to help trump cram for putin meeting via twitterbob brigham05 jul 2017 at 15:44 etthe leader of the democratic party in the united states senate is baffled that president donald trump has not prepared a specific agenda for friday’s meeting with russian president vladimir putin during the g20 summit.to remedy trump’s lack of planning, minority leader chuck schumer took to the president’s favorite information platform – twitter, of course – to brief the leader of the free world prior to the bilateral meeting with the russian strongman.during schumer’s four senate terms, nine congressional terms and three terms in the new york state assembly, the politician from brooklyn has been known for his policy preparation almost as much as for hi






the most common terminal commands worth knowing for the raspberry pi


while the raspberry pi’s operating system is linux, that doesn’t necessarily mean you should go out and memorize every linux command. the pi is a different type of computer that’s used for different kinds of projects, so the most useful commands differ from what you’d use on an everyday linux machine. over at circuit basics, they tallied up their 42 most used commands.advertisementwhile just a few of these commands are raspberry pi specific, like raspi-config , most are just normal linux commands. still, some of these are commands you’ll be running all the time on a raspberry pi, like ifconfig which shows you the status of your network connect, or hostname -i which grabs your pi’s ip address. these are the kinds of commands you’ll be using a lot when setting up a new pi, so it’s useful to