The tussle over the week-long government shutdown strike a weird low as the US President Donald Trump dismissed a planned trip to Afghanistan by White House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a day after she inflamed Republicans by the recommending that the President detain his State of the Union Address. Before the planning of departure by the US Democrats and Nancy Pelosi planned for a visit to the leaders of military force in Brussels, as well as with the troops in Afghanistan, Trump delivered a letter dismissing what he defined as a “public relations event”.

According to the US President, “I also feel that, during this period, it would be better if you were in Washington negotiating with me and joining the Strong Border Security movement to end the Shutdown ”. He also added, “We will reschedule this seven-day excursion when the Shutdown is over”.

The letter of US President received by Pelosi, D Calif, pursued one she wrote to him recommending he paused his State of the Union address, set  for 29th January, if the partial shutdown of the US government does not finish in this week, mentioning security concerns because of the Secret Service and other personnel who are continuing their work without pay.

The US President did not respond to the recommendation of Pelosi that he paused his speech. Cancelling a security-related trip he hit back. Although, the relationship between two most powerful politicians of Washington, Donald Trump and Pelosi have been twisted since Pelosi recovered his speakership in this month as the Democrats took over the control of the White House. Now they have expected the character of a kidding spat, in the proceeding all but quenching ant surviving hopes that the partial shutdown of the government which entered its 27th day which will be end soon.

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