(Reuters)
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Sanders: ‘We are not advocating for the shutdown’
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Feb. 6 said that “we are not advocating for the shutdown.” President Trump earlier said he would “love to see a shutdown” if Congress fails to reach an immigration deal.
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