Tentative deal reached to avoid second US government shutdown

Tentative deal reached to avoid second US government shutdown

Lawmakers in Washington have reached a tentative deal Monday to avoid another government shutdown. The agreement is expected to include part funding of $1.4 billion in appropriations for the wall. The deal allows for 55 miles of new fencing on the border, far less than the 215 miles President Trump demanded during the last shutdown. The specifics of the deal will be released Tuesday.

KCooper
KCooper
Tommy Hawkins
Tommy Hawkins 1 year

It isn't that Dems exactly want criminals running free, rather they are willing to have illegals running free (and that includes criminals). Dems want more illegals to provide future votes, enlarge voting districts and provide poorly paid labor.

Emperor Tito
Emperor Tito 1 year

Build the wall.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

shut it down

chrisretusn
chrisretusn 1 year

Agreement in principle! In Washington! LOL

Wino-wisdom
Wino-wisdom 1 year

Yaaaaaay [sarcasm]

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