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Trump Says Another Government Shutdown Unlikely, But Unhappy About Deal

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Trump Says Another Government Shutdown Unlikely, But Unhappy About Deal

Trump Says Another Government Shutdown Unlikely, But Unhappy About Deal

According to Reuters, U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he was not happy about a tentative immigration deal reached by a bipartisan group of lawmakers, but he did not anticipate another partial shutdown of the federal government.

The Republican president told reporters at the White House, “I don’t think you’re going to see another shutdown."

Trump added that he would have a meeting to discuss the congressional agreement reached late on Monday and still had to read through their proposal.

Trump added that he would have a meeting to discuss the congressional agreement reached late on Monday and still had to read through their proposal.

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