“How do you bounce back from the longest government shutdown in US history — especially when that reprieve may only be temporary?
“After 35 days of sticking to his demands for $5 billion to fund his “big beautiful” border wall, President Donald Trump caved on Friday and agreed to sign a continuing resolution that will reopen the federal government through February 15.
“That gives congressional leaders just over three weeks to hammer out a long-term solution, and as Vox’s Dylan Scott outlines, the four possible scenarios are daunting: Trump and congressional Democrats could reach a compromise on immigration that satisfies both parties, but that’s optimistic.
“More likely, the fight drags on, leading to even more shutdown possibilities, or they pass a continuing resolution that would make this entire stand-off all for nothing (with or without an emergency declaration).”
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