Trump defends government shutdown to convention of hard-hit farmers


End in sight, speaking to a convention of hard, hit farmers, President Trump defended the government shutdown when it comes to keeping the American people safe. I will never ever back down. I didn't need this fight this refined and farmers are feeling it with the department of agriculture closed. Many can't get loans the bailout payments to blunt the pain of the president's trade war now on hold ABC's. Mary Bruce in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Workers the university of North Carolina removing the pedestal on which a confederate monument once that the monument was toppled by protesters last year UNC chancellor, Carol fold announced the pedestals removal in a letter in which he also announced their

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