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talks to avert another US government shut down over border security collapsed over the weekend after a dispute over immigrant detention policy that's according to Republican senator Richard Shelby who said on Sunday that a breakdown was over Democrats desire to cap the number of beds in ice detention facilities for people who enter the country illegally hopefully we'll have something a democratic senator Jon tester played down any collapse and talks saying quote negotiations seldom go smooth all the way through and said he was hopeful a deal could be reached before the Friday deadline tester and Shelby %HESITATION on the seventeen member negotiating panel aiming to come to a deal by Monday there are distinct differences Republican congressman mark meadows said a deal by then was a long shot chairman of the conservative house freedom caucus who vehemently opposed executive actions taken by former president Barack Obama said trump will likely use his executive authority to fund the border wall if negotiations fail I do inspect the president takes some kind of %HESITATION executive action a national emergency is certainly part of that there are a few other things in his toolbox that he could use but I do expect him to do that if we don't reach a compromise in and listen we have about twenty four hours to do that president trump is scheduled to visit el Paso Texas on Monday to hold a rally , supporters gathered on the border there over the weekend linking arms to make a human border wall security has remains tight on the border including further east near PA dress Negras were some two thousand migrants waited in hopes of entering the United States