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Here's How the Trumps Plan to Spend Christmas

Because of the government shutdown that is looming, President Donald Trump plans to stay in Washington, D.C. First Lady Melania Trump is returning from Florida so the family can be together on Christmas. 

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“Due to the shutdown, President Trump will remain in Washington, D.C. and the First Lady will return from Florida so they can spend Christmas together,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement on Saturday.

The Senate plans to reconvene on Thurs., Dec. 27th. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said there will be no future votes on short-term spending bills, meaning the Democrats are going to have to come to a compromise with the Republicans. 

Trump previously took to Twitter to remind Americans that he's working to come to a compromise. 

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He also made it known that he's not backing down for his border wall or immigration plans.

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