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Trump meets Dems, says shutdown 'could be a long time'

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 2 January 2019
Trump meets Dems, says shutdown 'could be a long time'Democratic and Republican congressional leaders are expected to attend a briefing on border security at the White House as the government remains partially shut down and President Donald Trump asks in a tweet, "Let's make a deal?"
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News video: US government enters the 12th day of the shutdown

US government enters the 12th day of the shutdown 02:06

Trump says the government shutdown could last 'a long time' as he refuses to back down from his bid for border wall money. Sky's Ian Woods has the latest.

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