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Here's Where This Weekend's Shutdown Talks Currently Stand

After failed negotiations over the government shutdown and President Donald Trump's proposed border wall, a team, led by Vice President Mike Pence, convened on Saturday to continue talks. No resolution came about and the talks will continue on Sunday. 


Trump previously tweeted about the need for border security throughout the day on Saturday.


After the talks, Speaker Pelosi said Democrats are preparing legislation to reopen the government next week.

While President Trump threatens to keep the government shut down for ‘years’, Democrats are taking immediate further action to re-open government, so that we can meet the needs of the American people, protect our borders and respect our workers.

Next week, House Democrats will begin passing individual appropriations bills to re-open all government agencies, starting with the appropriations bill that covers the Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service. This action is necessary so that the American people can receive their tax refunds on schedule.  The certainty of the tax returns of hard-working families should no longer be held hostage to the President’s reckless demands.  This bill will then go to the Senate where it has already been passed with overwhelmingly bipartisan support.

The senseless uncertainty and chaos of the Trump Shutdown must end, now.


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