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Cardi B Calls Out Donald Trump for Not Paying Federal Workers: 'This Is Crazy'

AceShowbiz Thursday, 17 January 2019
Noting that it's been three weeks since the government shutdown, the 'Money' rapper expresses her solidarity with federal workers who are ordered to go back to work without getting paid.
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News video: Business Owner Looks To Help Furloughed Federal Workers

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A family-owned business is stepping up to offer part-time work to furloughed federal employees in North Texas.

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