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GOP Rep. Will Hurd on government shutdown, border wall

CBS News Friday, 18 January 2019
GOP Rep. Will Hurd on government shutdown, border wallRepublican Rep. Will Hurd of Texas calls President Trump's demands for a $5.7 billion wall the most expensive and least effective solution when it comes to border security. The congressman joined CBSN to discuss working across party lines to reopen the government and help get federal workers paid.
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News video: President Trump Seeking Compromise With Democrats On Border Security

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The President outlined a plan to end the government shutdown in a Saturday address.

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