Donald Trump warns shutdown ‘could last years’
06 January 2019 | 4:45 pm
US President Donald Trump threatened to declare a national emergency to build a border wall if he can't get congressional funding. Democrats said the president was in need of "an intervention" from Senate Republicans.
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