As described in this question and answer, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer claims that on Friday (January 19, 2018) he offered a deal to President Trump that would have averted the government shutdown, included DACA, and included $20 billion of funding for the Wall, but President Trump turned it down. But as you can see here, the White House is disputing this, saying that Schumer only offered $1.6 billion for Wall rather than $20 billion, but Schumer's spokesperson said the White House wasn't telling the truth about this.
This seems like a fairly easy problem to solve: just pass the Friday deal with $20 billion for the wall. My question is, has the White House expressed willingness to do this?
By the way, history seems to be repeating itself. In 2011, President Obama and Speaker of the House John Boehner were close to agreeing on a "grand bargain" that would have included $2.4 trillion in spending cuts in exchange for $800 billion in revenue increases. Then President Obama asked whether Boehner was willing to do $1.2 trillion in revenue instead (after Senate Republicans had expressed willingness to do so). Boehner refused and pulled out of negotiations. When asked by the press afterwards whether he'd be willing to go back to the $800 billion deal, Boehner said "you can't put Humpty Dumpty back together again". I suspect something similar may be happening here.