Donald Trump announced on Friday (January 25) that he will sign a bill to temporarily end the historic 35-day government shutdown, and stars are speaking out about his actions. The temporary deal will reopen the government for three weeks through February 15 so that border security negotiations can continue with the effects of the shutdown. [...]

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