Washington, Dec 25: In the White House, all alone on Christmas Eve, US President Donald Trump was busy all day banging his critics, as the US government entered into the 3rd day of a partial shutdown. This shutdown caused due to differences between Trump administration and Democrats over President’s long-promised wall on US-Mexico border.
President Trump said, he is ‘all alone’ in White House waiting for the Democrats to come to the negotiation for solving this problem of the partial shutdown.
Through his twitter account, trump showing to a country that, he was working hard while all the opposition were in their homes celebrating Christmas.
Trump Tweeted, “I am all alone (poor me) in White House waiting for the Democrats to come back and make a deal on desperately needed Border Security”.
According to plans of Trump’s administration, they put forth spending bill of the fund for border wall to stop illegal immigrants from entering the US. But this bill was no accepted by Democrats because spending USD 5billion on this border wall in a standoff that resulted in a partial government shutdown at midnight on Friday.
Commenting on this, Trump said, “At some point, the Democrats not wanting to make a deal will cost our country more money than the border wall, we are all talking about. Crazy!”
After several hours, Trump again tweeted that, he was in the Oval office and working on Border security.
He said, “I am in the Oval Office and just gave out a 115-mile-long contract for another large section of the Wall in Texas. We are already building and renovating many miles of Wall, some complete. Democrats must end Shutdown and finish funding. Billions of dollars and lives will be saved!”
Along with this, he tweeted pictures of him with senior administration official for a briefing on North Korea.
In the evening, he and First Lady, Melania helped children across the country to track Santa.
In spite of this shutdown, military personnel are on the operation, as were reportedly some 1,500 people who volunteer each year.
Trump and First Lady attended a Christmas Service at Washington National Cathedral Monday night.