GOP leaders still lack funding plan as shutdown looms

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(Worthy News) - Top House Republicans are at a standstill on exactly how to keep the government open next week amid mounting fears of a Christmastime shutdown on Capitol Hill.

House GOP leaders couldn’t agree on a funding strategy — which involves billions of dollars for President Donald Trump’s border wall — in multiple rounds of talks Wednesday.

The House is now poised to leave town Thursday for five days without offering a clue to how it would avoid a crippling funding lapse for roughly a dozen agencies. [ Source: Politco (Read More...) ]

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3 thoughts on “GOP leaders still lack funding plan as shutdown looms”

  1. Since building of wall border is for benefit and protection of U S is good for house to approve. U S should learn what happened in France just recent

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