Trump Signed Financing Bill
On Thursday, November 21, Donald Trump signed a bill on financing, which focuses on extending funding to federal agencies for the period until December 20, which will help to avoid suspension of the government.
Negotiators from the House of Representatives and the Senate are trying to agree on how to distribute funds between federal bodies. They seek to create a bill that will allow the government to work until September 30 of the next fiscal year.
The House of Representatives is investigating the impeachment of the US president under the supervision of Democrats. Such an investigation is likely to reach its peak by December 20, when federal funding runs out if Congress and Donald Ramp do not come to a common agreement.
In the current fiscal year, delays in funding are due to Trump’s order to allocate a billion dollars to build a wall on the border with Mexico.