How Republicans say it will work: The Gang of Six deal is a non-starter for Republican leaders, aides say.
But in public on Tuesday, Trump was taking a more diplomatic and less profane approach to immigration. Tom Cotton, a Republican from Arkansas, who has been critical of the bipartisan immigration group's work on a DACA compromise, tweeted Sunday that Democrats would be responsible if the government was shut down.
Third, and perhaps most importantly: the fact there is a bipartisan proposal on the table, aides say, insulates them from the idea that they're shutting things down for shutdown's sake.
Both parties have struggled for months to agree on a spending deal for the rest of the fiscal year that began October 1, and Congress already has had to pass three short-term funding bills.
Talks also continued on related issues, including how to fund a children's healthcare program and to establish higher spending caps for the USA military and other domestic programs.
Bottom line here: Republicans accuse Democrats of slow-walking talks on all of the above as they push for a DACA resolution.
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Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., will have to decide whether this is the moment to force a showdown on immigration that results in a partial government shutdown in an election year.
Members bemoaned the need for another stopgap measure - the fourth in just six months - but members inside the conference meeting Tuesday night described an atmosphere that was mostly supportive of Republican leaders, who many admitted had little choice than to put another short-term spending bill on the floor.
Conservative Republicans are already beginning to cast blame of Democrats for any potential shutdown. Sen. "But we definitely want to get a deal done on the budget, and we want a clean budget deal". But even there, Republican leaders are working with a thin margin.
The head of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus expressed her opposition to the bipartisan Senate deal, although she said she had not seen its text and noted it had some positive aspects.
Republican Senator Lindsay Graham on Tuesday blamed White House staff for altering Trump's positive view on the Senate bipartisan agreement on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that protects the Dreamers. "We are in Congress and, regrettably, Congress is an institution that only acts when it's forced to". The House Freedom Caucus is always a tough sell on short-term bills and, as CNN's Lauren Fox has reported, are once again not in the least bit sold on another one.
Meadows said, however, that the Freedom Caucus is under pressure to vote for the measure. Joe Manchin, a red state Democrat from West Virginia, said on CBS's "Face the Nation".
"With Republicans in control of the White House, the Senate, and the House of Representatives, the only person to blame if the government shuts down will be President Trump", Markey said in a statement. "I think you have a lot of sticking points, but they're all Democrat sticking points".
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"If DACA is included in the bill, I want to see border security funding, an end to chain migration, and an end to the visa lottery", Buck told IJR. The proposal, presented by Sens.
Trump said he was willing to make a deal to help the Dreamers but insisted that funding for border security, including his long-promised wall along the U.S.
The furor over the president's reported remarks about why the USA accepts immigrants from "shithole countries" like Haiti, El Salvador and African nationsrather than places like Norway, has hardened positions on both sides.
Those comments - and his use of the term "shithole countries" to refer to Africa - led to five days of rebukes from both sides of the aisle and cast the future of an immigration compromise into doubt.
A longtime conservative activist based in California says he is concerned about who is going to replace two Republican congressman.
Democratic Senator Dick Durbin intends to introduce the bipartisan agreement as legislation on Wednesday, spokesman Ben Marter said.
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