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Trump Travels To Texas For Rally In Support Of Border Wall

NPR Monday, 11 February 2019 ()
Trump Travels To Texas For Rally In Support Of Border WallPresident Trump's trip to El Paso comes as congressional negotiators are deadlocked over border security funding — just days away from another possible partial government shutdown.
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