2020 hopeful Seth Moulton says he’s the one who can beat Trump

2020 hopeful Seth Moulton says he's the one who can beat Trump

The White House balks after House Democrats demand to see the full Mueller Report and President Trump’s taxes. Is this a constitutional crisis? Insight from Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton. #FoxNewsSunday #FoxNews

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Coming Up on ‘Fox News Sunday’: April 21

Coming Up on 'Fox News Sunday': April 21

Rudy Guiliani joins Fox News Sunday to discuss the findings of the Mueller Report.

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Kellyanne Conway: Barr’s memo says there was no obstructive conduct

Kellyanne Conway: Barr's memo says there was no obstructive conduct

White House adviser Kellyanne Conway joins Chris Wallace on ‘Fox News Sunday.’

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DNC denies Fox News the ability to host any 2020 primary debates

DNC denies Fox News the ability to host any 2020 primary debates

Juan Williams, Newt Gingrich, Jonathan Swan and Shelby Holliday weigh in on Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez’s decision to deny Fox News the ability to host any 2020 primary debates.

Is controversy over Rep. Ilhan Omar threatening Democratic unity?

Is controversy over Rep. Ilhan Omar threatening Democratic unity?

Freshman Congresswoman Katie Hill, Democratic member of the House Oversight Committee, shares insight on ‘Fox News Sunday.’

Dispute dashes hopes on deal to avert shutdown

Clock ticking on compromise to prevent another shutdown

(CNN)America could be sliding toward a new government shutdown and President Donald Trump may face a fateful choice over his border wall as another knife-edge week opens in Washington.

Democratic and Republican negotiators last week seemed to be on course for a deal to fund the government and boost border security short of paying for a wall, and it seemed possible that Trump might grudgingly sign on.

But the talks ground to a halt over the weekend in a dispute over limits demanded by Democrats on the number of places available in detention centers used by Immigration and Customs Enforcement operations away from border areas.

The disagreement appeared to dash hopes that a deal could be reached by Monday to allow each chamber of Congress plenty of time to pass legislation well before a Friday deadline.

“I think the talks are stalled right now,” said Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby, the top Republican on the 17-member conference committee on “Fox News Sunday.”

If no deal is reached and no stop-gap spending measure emerges, a new government shutdown could be triggered, again subjecting 800,000 federal workers who could be furloughed or asked to work without pay.

The most recent shutdown, which was the longest in history, ended last month in victory for Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — who refused to fund the wall — and with a damaging political defeat for the President in their first significant clash since the midterm elections.

The unpredictable Trump could rattle the effort to avoid a second shutdown when he heads to El Paso, Texas, on Monday for his first political rally of the year — a context which seems unlikely to see him offer flexibility on the notion of building a wall.

Sudden pessimism over the conference talks between Democrats and Republicans in the Senate reflected the uncertainty and raw political nerves on Capitol Hill at the dawn of a new era of divided government.

It also reflected the excruciatingly tough task of seeking compromise on immigration policy, an issue with visceral power for both parties and which is almost an existential issue for the presidency of Trump.

Even if it turns out that the weekend’s hiccup is just a typical Capitol Hill delay en route to a deal, it could precipitate even more uncertainty, since the compromise is certain to fall short of $5.7 billion in money Trump has demanded for his wall.

In that scenario, Trump would again face a choice between climbing down on the central issue of his 2016 campaign and alienating grassroots supporters and conservative pundits or refusing to sign a bill passed by Congress.

If he digs in, the President could spark a new partial shutdown for which he would again risk being blamed.

Last week, Shelby had fueled optimism for an agreement after visiting Trump to update him on the process.

But on Sunday, he was more downbeat when asked if hopes of an agreement on Monday were realistic.

Two senior Republican aides told CNN that the cap demanded by Democrats on internal enforcement beds would force ICE officials to make impossible decisions about which immigrants…

Republicans Are Finally Seeing Trump’s Intelligence Problem

Senator Ron Johnson, Donald Trump and Senator Richard Shelby.

Senator Ron Johnson, Donald Trump and Senator Richard Shelby.

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President Trump took aim at the intelligence community last week, tweeting that its officials should “go back to school” after their threat assessments contradicted his rosy vision of international relations. It wasn’t the first time the president has dismissed the findings of the U.S. intelligence apparatus — last year he sided with Vladimir Putin in refusing to accept that Russia meddled in the 2016 election — and Republicans are finally starting to grow frustrated with the president’s fidelity to Fox News and foreign autocrats over the FBI and CIA.

“There’s an awful lot — there’s so much tradition, and history and complexity to some of these foreign policy issues, you have to rely on people who have been working these issues for decades,” Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), the chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, said on Fox News Sunday. “It’s just imperative that you actually listen to, for example, the CIA chief, the director of national intelligence. These people have the real knowledge and you have to listen to them.”

Johnson also criticized the president’s plan to pull U.S. troops out of Syria, a move based on his false belief that ISIS has been defeated, which National Intelligence Director Dan Coats contradicted last week.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) talks to Chris about ISIS and the situation in the Middle East pic.twitter.com/I21GkGn1g4

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Over on CNN, Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) elaborated on why the president’s politicization of intelligence is so troubling. “These are professional people,” he said. “The president’s briefed every day on it. He’s not an intelligence officer. None of us are. But they, the people on the front lines, the people who analyze who gather and disseminate intelligence information to our higher-ups, we should respect them. Most of the time they’re pretty much on point.”

“It’s troubling to all of us but I think there’s got to be real good communication between the President and the Director of the CIA and the Director of National Intelligence … Most of the time, they’re pretty much on point,” @SenShelby says of Trump criticizing his intel…

Sen. Ron Johnson on fallout from President Trump’s decision to suspend Cold War-era missile treaty w

Sen. Ron Johnson on fallout from President Trump's decision to suspend Cold War-era missile treaty w

The Trump administration pulls the plug on an arms control treaty with Russia signed by Ronald Reagan; reaction from Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, Republican chairman of the Homeland Security Committee.