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While aides to key negotiators planned to meet to try to rekindle budget talks, hopes of reaching a deal by Friday’s deadline have been complicated by lingering mistrust among lawmakers after an Oval Office meeting in which President Trump used vulgar terms to describe poor countries.
Hours before the meeting, the president suggested he was ready to finalize a bipartisan deal aimed at “dreamers.” But then he suddenly changed his position, from dealmaking to feuding.
Pressed about the Oval Office meeting, Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen told senators, “The conversation was very impassioned. I don’t dispute that the president was using tough language.”
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