Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi Nancy Pelosi objects against Trump's new immigration rule are greatly exaggerated The recent pro-Democratic rally attracts tens of thousands in Hong Kong Lewandowski to win MORE because of a possible run by the NH Senate ( D-Calif.) Warned that cuts to foreign aid already approved by Congress in a Sunday letter to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin could jeopardize a budget agreement with the White House. Steven Terner MnuchinTrump called the bank's CEOs as the stock market came under pressure on Wednesday: The Hill & # 39; s Morning Report – Trump and the new Israeli controversy Trump put Mnuchin under pressure to call China a currency manipulator: Report MORE  that you are working in the administration to stop this planned withdrawal, which is illegal according to GAO [Government Accountability Office]which violates the good faith of our budget negotiations, of which important Republicans say they are ill-advised, and of which ove rides the most basic constitutional power of Congress, "Pelosi wrote in a letter to Mnuchin.
Pelosi added a letter from Sen. Lindsay Graham (RS.C.) and Rep. to Hal Rogers Harold (Hal). Dallas RogersAppropriators warn White House not to reclaim foreign aid Hillicon Valley: Trump officials to investigate French tax on technology giant | Fed Chairman Expresses Concern Over Facebook's Crypto Project | FCC Blocks Part of San Francisco Law on Broadband Competition | MEPs warn against disinformation battle Experts see the fight against Russian disinformation as a battle MORE (R-Ky.), Former chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, expressed concern over the proposed $ 4.3 billion cuts for the State Department and the US Agency for International Development Financing.
The speaker also included a nonpartisan letter of formal notice against a new resignation package signed by the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee. Eliot Engel Eliot Lance EngelDemocrats criticize Trump's alleged politicization of Trump after IG report Trump is pushing the sale of the F-16 to Taiwan, which has been rejected by the Liberal Democrats of China, and is calling for cuts for Israel after Omar, Tlaib denied entry to McCaul Michael Thomas McCaulTrump is pushing the F-16 sale to Taiwan, which is being rejected by China's Top Foreign Affairs Republican: "It would benefit us all" if Omar, Tlaib, too Visit comes Israel Trump imposes new sanctions against Russia for using chemical weapons. MORE (D-Texas) and Senate Foreign Relations Committee James Risch (R-Idaho) and Ranking Member Robert Menendez Robert (MenendezHouse) temporarily dies Immigration Protection for the Venezuelan Senate Panel implements bipartisan law Lowering drug prices as the GOP strikes back. Democrats Commit to Fight Trump's Arrest Policy While Traveling to the Border MORE (DN.J.)
The State Department and USAID [U.S. Agency for International Development] are only undermining our national security interests and encouraging our opponents, "wrote Rogers and Graham. "We urge you to reconsider this approach."
Other members of the Grant Committee also warned against the attempted resignation on Friday.
Democratic process, "said Chair of the Committee, Nina Lowey (DN.Y.), in a statement to The Hill on Friday.
" We insist that the administration spend the earmarked funds on foreign aid, and Work with the GAO to ensure that the law is followed, "she added.