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  • differences amid pessimism resuming border talks Budget over
  • Budget talks resuming amid pessimism over border differences
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  • 20 hours ago WASHINGTON (AP) — Budget negotiators will meet Monday to revive talks over border security issues that are central to legislation to prevent. 8 hours ago Budget negotiators will meet to revive talks over border security issues to prevent the government from shutting down again. 9 hours ago Republicans say Democratic demands to limit immigrant detentions by federal authorities are a deal breaker — eclipsing the border wall issue.

    differences amid pessimism resuming border talks Budget over

    A Friday midnight deadline is looming to prevent a second partial government shutdown. Key negotiators plan to meet on Monday, Democratic and GOP aides say, but for now the mood is not hopeful. Rising to the fore on Sunday was a related dispute over curbing Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, the federal agency that Republicans see as an emblem of tough immigration policies and Democrats accuse of often going too far.

    This is a brand new demand. Republicans favor rigid enforcement of immigration laws and have little interest in easing them if Democrats refuse to fund the Mexican border wall.

    Democrats despise the proposed wall and, in return for border security funds, want to curb what they see as unnecessarily harsh enforcement by ICE.

    People involved in the talks say Democrats have proposed limiting the number of immigrants here illegally who are caught inside the U. Democrats say they proposed their cap to force ICE to concentrate its internal enforcement efforts on dangerous immigrants, not those who lack legal authority to be in the country but are productive and otherwise pose no threat.

    Democrats have proposed reducing the current number of beds ICE uses to detain immigrants here illegally from 40, to 35, A congressional deal seemed to stall even after Mulvaney convened a bipartisan group of lawmakers at Camp David, the presidential retreat in northern Maryland.

    While the two sides appeared close to clinching a deal late last week, significant gaps remain and momentum appears to have slowed. Though congressional Democratic aides asserted that the dispute had caused the talks to break off, it was initially unclear how damaging the rift was. As support in his own party began to splinter, Trump surrendered after the shutdown hit 35 days without getting money for the wall.

    One provision of the law lets the Defense Department provide support for counterdrug activities. Democrats despise the proposed wall and, in return for border security funds, want to curb what they see as unnecessarily harsh enforcement by ICE. People involved in the talks say Democrats have proposed limiting the number of immigrants here illegally who are caught inside the U. Republicans say they don't want that cap to apply to immigrants caught committing crimes, but Democrats do.

    Democrats say they proposed their cap to force ICE to concentrate its internal enforcement efforts on dangerous immigrants, not those who lack legal authority to be in the country but are productive and otherwise pose no threat.

    Democrats have proposed reducing the current number of beds ICE uses to detain immigrants here illegally from 40, to 35, But within that limit, they've also proposed limiting to 16, the number for immigrants here illegally caught within the U. Republicans want no caps on the number of immigrants who've committed crimes who can be held by ICE. Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, in appearances on NBC's "Meet the Press" and "Fox News Sunday," said "you absolutely cannot" eliminate the possibility of another shutdown if a deal is not reached over the wall and other border matters.

    A congressional deal seemed to stall even after Mulvaney convened a bipartisan group of lawmakers at Camp David, the presidential retreat in northern Maryland. While the two sides appeared close to clinching a deal late last week, significant gaps remain and momentum appears to have slowed. Though congressional Democratic aides asserted that the dispute had caused the talks to break off, it was initially unclear how damaging the rift was. Both sides are eager to resolve the long-running battle and avert a fresh closure of dozens of federal agencies that would begin next weekend if Congress doesn't act by Friday.

    But Mulvaney did signal that the White House would prefer not to have a repeat of the last shutdown, which stretched more than a month, left more than , government workers without paychecks, forced a postponement of the State of the Union address and sent Trump's poll numbers tumbling. People involved in the talks say Democrats have proposed limiting the number of immigrants here illegally who are caught inside the U. Republicans say they don't want that cap to apply to immigrants caught committing crimes, but Democrats do.

    Democrats say they proposed their cap to force ICE to concentrate its internal enforcement efforts on dangerous immigrants, not those who lack legal authority to be in the country but are productive and otherwise pose no threat.

    Democrats have proposed reducing the current number of beds ICE uses to detain immigrants here illegally from 40, to 35, But within that limit, they've also proposed limiting to 16, the number for immigrants here illegally caught within the U. Republicans want no caps on the number of immigrants who've committed crimes who can be held by ICE.

    Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, in appearances on NBC's "Meet the Press" and "Fox News Sunday," said "you absolutely cannot" eliminate the possibility of another shutdown if a deal is not reached over the wall and other border matters. A congressional deal seemed to stall even after Mulvaney convened a bipartisan group of lawmakers at Camp David, the presidential retreat in northern Maryland. While the two sides appeared close to clinching a deal late last week, significant gaps remain and momentum appears to have slowed.

    Though congressional Democratic aides asserted that the dispute had caused the talks to break off, it was initially unclear how damaging the rift was. Both sides are eager to resolve the long-running battle and avert a fresh closure of dozens of federal agencies that would begin next weekend if Congress doesn't act by Friday. But Mulvaney did signal that the White House would prefer not to have a repeat of the last shutdown, which stretched more than a month, left more than , government workers without paychecks, forced a postponement of the State of the Union address and sent Trump's poll numbers tumbling.

    As support in his own party began to splinter, Trump surrendered after the shutdown hit 35 days without getting money for the wall.

    Budget talks resuming amid pessimism over border differences

    17 hours ago Budget negotiators will meet Monday to revive talks over border security issues that are central to legislation to prevent key parts of the. 12 hours ago WASHINGTON (AP) — Politically freighted border security negotiations are teetering just days before a potential new government shutdown. 11 hours ago Budget negotiators will meet Monday to revive talks over border security issues that are central to legislation to prevent key parts of the.

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    17 hours ago Budget negotiators will meet Monday to revive talks over border security issues that are central to legislation to prevent key parts of the.

    Vurr

    12 hours ago WASHINGTON (AP) — Politically freighted border security negotiations are teetering just days before a potential new government shutdown.

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    11 hours ago Budget negotiators will meet Monday to revive talks over border security issues that are central to legislation to prevent key parts of the.

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    22 hours ago WASHINGTON | Budget negotiators will meet Monday to revive talks over border security issues that are central to legislation to prevent key.

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    18 hours ago Budget negotiators will meet to revive talks over border security issues that are central to legislation to prevent key parts of the government from.

    neo25

    9 hours ago WASHINGTON (AP) — Politically freighted border security negotiations are teetering just days before a potential new government shutdown.

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