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>> I may declare a national emergency dependent on what's gonna happen over the next few days>> President Donald Trump on Sunday renewing his threat to circumvent Congress and use the military to construct a wall on the US southern border if shutdown talks don't go his way. But Trump again offered up one concession.
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That the wall be steel instead of the originally proposed concrete.>> The barrier or the wall could be of steel instead of concrete if that helps people. It may be better.>> The partial government shutdown is now in its third week and Trump's new acting chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said in a Sunday morning interview that it's likely to drag on much longer.
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Congressional Democrats are at an impasse with Trump over more than $5 billion to fund construction of a border wall.>> This shutdown hurts. It oughta end, it oughta end quickly.>> But Democrats have signaled they could accept a funding deal that avoids a concrete wall and provides money for a steel barrier instead.
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The Democrats are likely to demand other concessions, like protections for dreamers.>>
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