Will Trump approve border deal to avert second shutdown?

Congressional negotiators reached an agreement in principle to fund the government past Friday’s deadline and avoid a second government shutdown over President Trump’s demand for a border wall. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett discusses whether the president is likely to support it. View at DailyMotion

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Congressional negotiators reach tentative deal to avoid shutdown

Congressional negotiators have reached an agreement in principle to fund the government past Friday’s deadline, but some Republicans say their party isn’t getting enough in the deal. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett reports on what’s in the deal, and chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes join CBSN to discuss the reaction. View at DailyMotion

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Democrats reject Trump’s plan to end shutdown

Democrats have rejected President Trump’s plan to end the partial government shutdown. He proposed offering temporary protections to DACA recipients in exchange for border wall funding. Democrats aren’t budging as the shutdown enters day 31. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett joins CBSN with the latest. View at DailyMotion

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Democrats reject Trump’s plan to end government shutdown

As the government shutdown continued Monday on its 31st day, President Trump was hoping his latest proposal could end it. However, it was not well received by Democrats and even some conservatives. CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe and Associated Press White House reporter Jill Colvin join CBSN’s “Red & Blue” to discuss. View at DailyMotion

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What will it take to end the partial government shutdown?

We are now 32 days into the partial government shutdown. USA Today Washington bureau chief Susan Page joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss whether the shutdown showdown will end. She also weighs in on the female candidates in the 2020 presidential race. View at DailyMotion

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Dueling bills to end government shutdown unlikely to pass

Democrats and Republicans in Congress will vote on two separate bills to reopen government on Thursday, but neither piece of legislation is expected to pass. Meanwhile, the economic impact of the shutdown is growing. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett explains what’s next in the negotiations and whether President Trump will deliver his State of the Union address as scheduled. View at DailyMotion

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How to promote civility during polarized times

Both sides of the aisle are blaming the other for the longest government shutdown in history. Keith Allred, the executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse, joins CBSN to discuss how his organization specifically prepares for times like these. View at DailyMotion

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Senate to vote on 2 competing plans to end shutdown

The Senate is preparing to take up two proposals to re-open the government as the partial government shutdown continues, now well over a month long. Christopher Cadelago, national political reporter for Politico, joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” to discuss the latest developments. View at DailyMotion

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Trump says Pelosi called off State of the Union because she’s “afraid of the truth”

President Trump, in a roundtable with conservative leaders, said Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi canceled his State of the Union address because she’s “afraid of the truth.” The president said he will make a later announcement on what he’ll do instead. View at DailyMotion

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