White House Says Shutdown is Still on the Table

Headline Roundup February 10th, 2019

Acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said Sunday that proposed funding is all over the map, causing talks to stall. The White House said it will not rule out another government shutdown due to mixed signals from both Democrats and Republicans.

White House Says Shutdown is Still on the Table

From the Right

The White House said Sunday it cannot rule out another government shutdown as it gets mixed signals from Democrats and Republicans racing a Friday deadline to fund President Trump’s border-wall demands and keep federal operations humming.

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Negotiations over a bipartisan deal for border-security funding have broken down, aides familiar with the talks and other officials said Sunday, increasing the likelihood of another government shutdown at the end of the week.

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Another government shutdown could be less than a week away, with both Democrats and Republicans doubting Sunday that recent talks to avoid it will succeed.

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