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Trump likely to grudgingly sign border deal to avoid another shutdown

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 13 February 2019 ()
Senior congressional Republicans, showing little appetite for another shutdown after being heavily criticised for the previous one, urged Trump to support the new agreement.
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