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Here's what you missed this weekend: The US government shutdown became the longest on record and the president tweeted his fury at being called a Russian agent

Business Insider Monday, 14 January 2019
Here's what you missed this weekend: The US government shutdown became the longest on record and the president tweeted his fury at being called a Russian agent· The biggest news this weekend was about the now record-breaking partial government shutdown and its expanding fallout.
· *President Donald Trump was particularly active on Twitter over the weekend after learning the FBI had investigated him as a possible Russian agent.*
· *The president *also reportedly hid records of his...
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The government shutdown just became the longest on record. Business Insider reports the shut down is now entering its 24th day. Past government shutdowns have not typically had a meaningful impact on the stock market or economic growth. But a partial shutdown dragging on could delay trade talks...

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