The partial arrest of the government in the United States entered its 22nd day, making it the longest ever in the history of the United States.
There was no sign of a breakthrough to end the deadlock, which caused the closure of museums and parks and meant that hundreds of thousands of US government employees were at home or working without pay.
Senators and Congressmen left Washington for the weekend. There were no indications when Republicans and Democrats will meet again with President Donald Trump to discuss a way out of the crisis.
Friday was the first day without wages for many of the employees.
Prolonging until Saturday, it is now longer than the shutdown of 1
Both closures began on government expenditure. The current closing is centered on $ 5.7 billion that Trump wants Congress to approve to build a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico.
Trump says it is necessary for national security, while Democrats refuse to finance it, slamming the proposed barrier as ineffective and a waste of tax dollars
Without scheduled negotiations, the possibility of a national emergency declaration , which would have given Trump a way around the Democrats in Congress, remained at stake.
Trump said Thursday was "not willing to do it again", but he also said he would do it if he did not get results through the negotiations.
The Republican Chief Member Senator Lindsey Graham, an ally of Trump who negotiated with the Democrats, has launched his support behind the idea of Thursday
The controversial move should have faced legal challenges, as experts and democratic legislators state that the situation on the US-Mexico border is not a national emergency.