SENATE BLOCKS TRUMP-BACKED PROPOSAL TO REOPEN THE GOVERNMENT WITH BORDER WALL FUNDING

The Senate struck down legislation Thursday that would have bankrolled the construction of President Trump's long-promised border wall and reopened the government after a record 34 days without funding. The Trump-approved Republican measure, which earmarked $5.7 billion in wall cash, predictably...

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