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Lawmakers deadlocked as another government shutdown looms

CBS News Monday, 11 February 2019
Lawmakers deadlocked as another government shutdown loomsThe clock is ticking on another possible government shutdown, which could begin Saturday. Congressional negotiators met Monday afternoon, but a deep divide is preventing a deal on border security. Major Garrett reports.
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News video: 'Don't think' you'll see a shutdown: Trump

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At a cabinet meeting Tuesday, President Trump told reporters "we don't want to see a shutdown" but that if a partial federal government shutdown were to happen, it would be "totally on the Democrats." Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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