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00:00:00
>> Ms. Harris.>> The senate on Monday voted to end a three-day government shutdown, a signing on to a short-term funding bill that puts furloughed federal employees back to work.>> It is a good solution.>> Top senate Democrat, Chuck Schumer said, senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had promised to work with Democrats on a plan to protect illegal immigrants brought to the US as children which Democrats demanded in return for reopening the government.
00:00:23
>> So I'm glad we've gotten past that. We have a chance now to get back to work.>> President Donald Trump ended an Obama era program that had shielded the so-called Dreamers from being deported.>> We, on our side of the aisle will continue to fight as strongly as we can for the Dreamers in the weeks ahead.
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>> The White House welcomed the deal after President Trump took a back seat in negotiations over the weekend.>> Democrats are the ones that shut this discussion down by forcing a government shutdown.>> If they're that willing to go that far, surely, they'll be willing to come to the table and talk about real solutions and get something done.
00:00:57
>> Mr. Alexander.>> The senate voted to fund the government through February 8th. The bill ending the shutdown will need to be approved by the House and signed by President Trump.