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U.S. Congress aim to delay border wall funding fight until December

Reuters Thursday, 13 September 2018
U.S. Congress aim to delay border wall funding fight until DecemberU.S. Congress negotiators on Thursday moved to put off until after the Nov. 6 elections decisions on future funding for President Donald Trump's multibillion-dollar southwest border wall, as lawmakers advanced legislation funding many other government programs.
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On Thursday negotiations over President Trumps border wall in the U.S. Congress have been moved until after the Nov. 6 elections. Reuters reports that the decisions on future funding for the multibillion-dollar southwest border wall will be paused as lawmakers advanced legislation funding many other...

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