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Trump expected to sign bipartisan funding deal: reports

Reuters Wednesday, 13 February 2019 ()
Trump expected to sign bipartisan funding deal: reportsCongress faced a tight deadline on Wednesday to pass a bipartisan accord to avert another U.S. government shutdown as news outlets reported President Donald Trump planned to sign the deal as he eyes other ways to fund his wall without lawmakers.
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Reuters reports that President Donald Trump planned to sign a bipartisan border deal. Congressional sources said the deal includes $1.37 billion for new border fencing along 55 miles of the border. Trump originally sought $5.7 billion for the wall. Senior congressional Republicans show little...

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