LAWMAKERS REACT TO TRUMP'S PARTIAL SHUTDOWN ANNOUNCEMENT: 'THE LONGEST SHUTDOWN IN AMERICAN HISTORY WILL FINALLY END'

Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle reacted Friday to President Trump's announcement that he would support a short-term bill to re-open the government, following a months-long partial government shutdown and stalemate between Republicans and Democrats on funding for a wall at the border.

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