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U.S. Congress-White House have not yet come to terms on a budget

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U.S. Congress-White House have not yet come to terms on a budget

U.S. Congress-White House have not yet come to terms on a budget

On Wednesday negotiations between the Trump administration and bipartisan leaders of the U.S. Congress failed to produce a deal on the overall levels of federal spending for the fiscal year starting on Oct.

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Reuters reports that House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer in a statement, โ€œWe did not reach an agreement.โ€ They added that โ€œwithout interference from the president, we could come to a good agreement much more quickly.โ€

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