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Border Wall Funding May Wait Until 2018

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Border Wall Funding May Wait Until 2018

Border Wall Funding May Wait Until 2018

WASHINGTON -- The clock is ticking on Congress to pass a federal spending bill by the end of the week or face a government shutdown.

The White House remains confident that won't happen...despite President Trump's earlier demands that new budget include funding for a Mexican border wall.

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Border Wall Funding May Wait Until 2018

WASHINGTON -- The clock is ticking on Congress to pass a federal spending bill by the end of the week or face a government shutdown.

The White House remains confident that won't happen...despite President Trump's earlier demands that new budget include funding for a Mexican border wall.




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