The government shutdown may force Trump to make a nightmare choice between his border wall and the economy
Tuesday, 22 January 2019 · The government shutdown is in day 32.
· President Donald Trump has continued to demand $5.7 billion for a portion of the long-promised wall along the US-Mexico border, but Democrats are not backing down.
· More and more economists are warning that the shutdown could cause major problems for the US economy.
· If Trump...
Led by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, Xavier Becerra, via CNN 15 states, including Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York and Virginia..
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