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and the rest of the appropriations we have to do, we're going to need more time to complete our appropriations process, particularly in the senate. so that's something that i think we all recognize and understand, that we're going to have to have some more time to complete our appropriations process. so i don't think anyone's interested in having a shutdown. i don't think it's in our interest to do so. >> republicans, in fact, have
it's the one we saw last night. the lying, narcissistic, child of a man with no understanding of public policy, with no ability for critical thinking, someone who puts the fortunes of his own interests and his own corporations, his own family above the fortunes of the country. a man who seemingly suffers from a clinical form of idiocy and someone who should be primaried, if you want to be a good republican. but the reality is, we have republican leaderships who embrace him when he is succeeding and look the other way when he is failing. the question on the shutdown, coming at the end of september, is how far does this president sell expectations on issues like the wall? he actually folded and collapsed in a spring negotiation over a short-term budget. he really did. he folded and collapsed and so did his budget director, mick mulvaney. the question is, does he oversell expectations or does he quietly just go away? and i think we've seen, this president really isn't up for a fight. he...
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