As US shutdown breaks breaking point, Donald Trump Govt sued by America’s largest labour union over unpaid wages!
The Donald Trump government has been sued by America’s largest labour union American Federation of Government Employees representing about 400,000 federal employees who have been part of the $ 5 billion demand over Trump’s 11th-hour tantrum by bringing partial government shutdowns during the payout without charge for the workforce for the damages of the property. Demand for a border wall, before the Christmas holidays in the US.
Nearly all the nine departments and agencies hit by the shutdown which started in 22nd December 2013 is running out of their carryover cash as the pay period for the next paycheck ends 5 January. At least 19 Smithsonian museums and the National Zoo will come to the public on January 2 because their temporary funds are completely exhausted.
The two plaintiffs Justin Tarovisky and Grayson Sharp, who work at high-security prisons run by the Justice Department have been forced to work overtime without pay, just like many other workers who live paycheck to paycheck. But Trump hardly seems to care. Instead, in his second post to Twitter of 2019, Trump wished everyone – “including the haters and the fake news media” – a caps-lock happy new year: “HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYONE, INCLUDING THE HATERS AND THE FAKE NEWS MEDIA! 2019 WILL BE A FANTASTIC YEAR FOR THOSE NOT SUFFERING FROM TRUMP DERANGEMENT SYNDROME, “the US president wrote on Twitter. “JUST CALM DOWN AND ENJOY THE RIDE, GREAT THINGS ARE HAPPENING FOR OUR COUNTRY!”
As Trump continues to protest against Opposition but refuses to say whether he will sign on anything at all, it’s already done 10 days since 800,000 workers have flung on thin ice, with no words on when they’ll get their next wage. The lawsuit debunks Trump’s tall claims for wide support for his shutdown stunt; Trump’s exclamation and typo-filled insults on Twitter are getting to be boring, rambling and not moving the needle one bit. Trump has got in and so has the Opposition, this week is going to be a big one in Washington DC and Democrats are in no hurry to tell Trump how they will play their cards in payback season. To call the change it seems almost like an understatement. The newer class of 2019 is young, browner and more than ever before the largest democratic gains in midterms since Watergate.
Democrats in the House unveiled two bills Monday to fund shuttered government agencies without approval for money for trump’s border wall and put hundreds of thousands of federal workers back on the job. One day the first acts after Democrats take control.
White House officials, including Trump’s departure, chief of staff John Kelly has exposed the inner workings behind Trump’s signature campaign pledge to build the wall. Chief of staff John Kelly told the Los Angeles Times in an interview that Trump abandoned the notion of “a solid concrete wall early on in the administration.
” The Democratic package for the end of the shutdown would include a bill of temporary disbursement of the Department of Homeland Security at current levels, with $ 1.3 billion for border security – far less than $ 5 billion Trump has said he wants to wall – through Feb. 8 as talks continued
The ducks are lined up like this: Donald Trump seems to be enjoying the shutdown, he is setting the agenda, politicos are talking about what he wants to talk about and why they are doing this, Trump can keep tweeting about what he wants to tweet on the border wall, fueling his base and distracting from the looming Mueller probe finale The shutdown is not ending anytime soon, he will not care about the imagery alone, he cares about the imagery alone.