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U.S. government heads for shutdown after lawmakers fail to make deal

Reuters Saturday, 22 December 2018
U.S. government heads for shutdown after lawmakers fail to make dealThe U.S. government was headed toward a partial shutdown at midnight on Friday after President Donald Trump's fellow Republicans in the Senate failed to muster the votes needed to approve $5 billion he has demanded for a border wall fiercely opposed by Democrats.
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News video: U.S. Government Inches Closer To Partial Shutdown

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President Trump said on Thursday he won't sign a bill to keep the government running because he isn't getting funding for a border wall. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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