(The Washington Post)
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McConnell wants wall funding, dodges questions on Trump shutdown threat
After President Trump threatened to shut down the government over immigration, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on July 31 said he “supports” the wall proposal and said the Senate would try to fund it via “regular order.”
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