Based on the issue of fragmentary shutdown of the US government on 26th day, White House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pleaded to the US President Donald Trump to rearrange his State of the Union address – a step that could decline him with the opportunity for using the magnificence of the speech to attack the Democrats in their own chamber over the deadlock. With the address of Trump for 29th January, Pelosi wrote him a letter mentioning the security concerns as the Secret Service is required to provide security for the address, has not been accepted sponsoring during the dispute.

The standoff was prompted by the demand of Trump for $5.7 billion to sponsor a wall across the US-Mexico border opposed by the Democrats. The Presidents deliver the address traditionally which precedes the targets of the next year, in the chamber of the White House Representative before the assembled session of Congress and the majority of the Cabinet.

Democrats took over the control of the White House after the congressional elections in November. During the shutdown of the US government, Trump has regularly charged them for the standoff, although he had earlier told he would take the responsibility.

In the speech with the reporters, Pelosi recommended that if Trump would not be convinced for rescheduling the speech until the reopening of the government, he could deliver it from the Oval Office instead, a settlement that would lack the magnificence of a congressional address.

The White House did not comment immediately on the request of Pelosi, and her letter came forward to have take assistance by surprise. It highlighted that she had invited Trump to make the State of the Union address at the Capital but professed an opinion about the complicated condition of the government shutdown.

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