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Mulvaney defines a 'good' shutdown
Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said a “good ‘shutdown” in September isn't “desirable,” but might be necessary, during a briefing on May 2. “A ‘good’ one would be something that fixes Washington DC permanently,” he said.
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