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Trump Agrees to Temporarily End Government Shutdown

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Trump Agrees to Temporarily End Government Shutdown

Trump Agrees to Temporarily End Government Shutdown

Trump Agrees to Temporarily End Government Shutdown President Donald Trump made the announcement on Friday from the White House Rose Garden.

President Trump, via CNN The government will reopen and be funded for three weeks until February 15.

During that time, negotiators will continue talks on the border wall.

Trump reiterated that he could declare a national emergency.

President Trump, via CNN If he does declare a national emergency, Trump could bypass Congress to secure funding for the wall.

Trump also addressed back- pay for government workers, saying they would receive it "as soon as possible." For 36 days, 800,000 government workers have been either furloughed or required to work without pay.

The current partial government shutdown has been the longest in U.S. history.

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