Planning to head off another Us government shutdown will not accept a vote in Congress before Thursday evening, one day before the cutoff time according to the legislators, as the US President refused to claim whether he would sign the measure.

The US President condemned the expense on the border deal signed between Democratic negotiators and Republican, as part because it only provides for about a quarter of the $5.7 billion sponsoring he requires for a wall on the border between Mexico and US.

The US President told he has not seen the law-making yet, but he did not decline to ink it into law either, recommending he could relish the deal for avoiding to shut down and look for another way for escalating sponsoring for his long-desired wall.

Donald Trump told the reporters at White House, “ We’ll take a very serious look at it” when the bill arrives”. He also added, “I don’t want to see a shutdown. A shutdown would be a terrible thing. ”

His indefinite comment gave legislators hope of measure can be sanctioned by Congress and registered by the President before the midnight of the deadline.

The sponsoring will dismiss for one-quarter of federal operations- as it did for five weeks until mid-January, considered as the longest shutdown in US history. The Republican and Democratic leaders in Congress present decided to avoid a similar fate.

The Democrats who ruled the representatives of the White House, as well as Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, told that the expectation of the text for the measure could appear legislators later that day.

Majority Leader Steny Hoyer also added, “We hope that we can file the papers tonight, we hope that we will pass it tomorrow,” Hoyer said, adding that the vote would not take place before 6:30 pm (2330 GMT) ”.

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