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>> Position very clear, any measure that funds the government must include border security. Has to.>> Hopes of avoiding a partial government shutdown over the US holidays giving way to doubt and confusion Thursday. After President Trump said he would reject a short term deal to keep the government running into early 2019, unless it includes funding for his signature border wall.
Speaker of the house Paul Ryan delivering the news after meeting with President Trump at the White House.>> He will not sign the bill that came over from the Senate last evening because of his legitimate concerns for border security. So what we're gonna do is go back to the House and work with our members.
We want to keep the government open but we also want to see an agreement that protects the border.>> All in favor, say aye.>> Aye.>> On Wednesday night the Senate had easily approved a plan extending federal funds into early February. But the bill left out the $5 billion he's demanding to help fund the border wall with Mexico.
>> I will be the one to shut it down, I'm not going to blame you for it.>> Trump last week said he'd happily shut the government down, if he doesn't get his way.>> It is a shame that this president, who is plunging the nation into chaos is throwing another temper tantrum and going to hurt lots of innocent people.
The Trump temper tantrum, may produce a government shutdown, it will not get him his wall.>> The motion is adopted->> Late on Thursday, Republicans who controlled the House passed a funding bill including 5.7 billion for Trump's border wall. But the measure is expected to fail if brought to a vote in the Senate.
>> Mr. President.>> Failure to reach a deal by the Friday midnight deadline would idle about a quarter of the federal workforce, closing major agencies such as Homeland Security and the Justice Department. Workers deemed essential such as border agents would stay on the job, but no one would be paid until the standoff ends.
It would be the third shutdown on Trump's watch. The prior two lasting only a few hours or days. Analysts worry this one could go on longer if Trump decides a shutdown is his last chance to get the money for his wall. Before Democrats take control of the House of Representatives in January