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Trump walks out on Democrats in fury, demands end to 'phony' Russia probes

The powerful House speaker, whose high-profile rivalry with Trump spilled into open warfare this week, also said the president himself is "disappointed" that Democrats have not launched formal steps to remove him from office because such a move could fire up his conservative base and help his re-election effort.

She said Trump was engaged in a "cover-up" by refusing to permit former aides to testify before Congress or produce documents subpoenaed by a number of committees. "It just doesn't work that way".

"She treats everybody like they're her staff", Conway said.

But he took the case directly to Nancy Pelosi because she was the one who came to the mics and said that the president was engaged in a cover-up, which is nonsense.

President Trump called off talks with congressional leaders over a proposed infrastructure bill Wednesday, walking out of a planned meeting with top Democrats after only three minutes and declaring that there would be no further talks on any legislative proposal so long as House Democrats continued to investigate his administration and his personal business activities.

The president criticized Democrats this morning for trying to get "a Re-Do of the Mueller report" and said, "The Democrats have become known as THE DO NOTHING PARTY". I'd be really good at that - that's what I do.

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A freshman Democratic congresswoman, Katie Hill, told the Associated Press after Wednesday's meeting that impeachment was "becoming an inevitability" with every act of defiance from the president.

"I don't do coverups", Trump fumed. She is not the president, but on his staff.

"No one is above the law, including the president of the United States".

Both White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders and White House senior adviser Kellyanne Conway have accused Pelosi of imperious behaviour in media interviews since Wednesday's dust-up.

Mr Trump said it was impossible to work on such legislation as long as Democrats were continuing their "phony" investigations of him.

Trump was expected to provide the Democrats his ideas on how to pay for it. Schumer said when Trump "was forced to say how he would pay for it he had to run away".

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And I'm not. I said to her, "How very pro-woman of you", per usual, because she's not very pro-woman, she's pro some women. Trump tweeted from the White House.

"The president stormed out, pounded the table, walked out the door", the California Democrat told reporters. The narrative of an overreaching Democratic Congress persecuting a president who has not been found guilty of any crime plays nicely into that, the Trump team believes. "But you know what, we can't do it under these circumstances".

The Democratic House Intelligence Committee chairman has agreed to hold off enforcing a subpoena against Attorney General William Barr after the Justice Department said it would turn over materials relating to Mueller's probe.

A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the White House can not block subpoenas for Trump's financial records from Deutsche Bank, which has lent his real estate company millions of dollars. In January, he abruptly left a meeting with Pelosi and other Democrats at the White House to discuss the government shutdown he initiated after Congress refused to provide as much money for a border wall as he'd demanded.

"A lot of people now see - more and more people - see that he's not getting anything done".

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