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Trump Blasts Pelosi’s Rejection Of ‘Compromise’ To End Government Shutdown

Eurasia Review Monday, 21 January 2019
By Ken Bredemeier

U.S. President Donald Trump assailed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday for rejecting what he is calling a compromise to end the record 30-day partial government shutdown, with $5.7 billion for his barrier along the U.S.-Mexican border and three years of protection against deportation for hundreds of...
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This year’s Martin Luther King Jr. holiday is also the 31st day of the partial government shutdown.

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