Trump rejects Republican senator's proposal to reopen government temporarily
Monday, 14 January 2019 () U.S. PresidentDonald Trump says he rejected a proposal from a Republican ally in the Senate that he temporarily reopen closed parts of the government to allow resumption of negotiations on a funding standoff.
President Donald Trump on Monday rejected a Republican call for temporarily reopening shuttered U.S. government agencies to encourage negotiations with Democrats over border security issues, as a partial government shutdown limped through its 24th day. Vanessa Johnston has the story.
According to Business Insider, Democrats have reportedly rejected President Donald Trump's latest proposal to re-open the government even before the proposal was officially announced. President Trump..
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