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Trump to make 'major' announcement on shutdown, border issue on Saturday

Zee News Saturday, 19 January 2019
President Donald Trump has said he will make a "major" announcement Saturday on the ongoing federal government shutdown and the humanitarian crisis on the US-Mexico border.
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