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Trump to sign bill to avert government shutdown - White House Official Friday, 15 February 2019
President Trump plans to signal a compromise border security measure Friday and then announce that he is using executive action, including declaring a national emergency, which will get funds to spend $8 billion for his border wall, a White House Official has said, according to CNN. 

Democrats, however, are likely to challenge the White House executive action in court. 
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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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