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Trump ends brief government shutdown - DETAILS…

10 February 2018, 01:51 | Darnell Patrick

North Korea stages show of force with new missiles during parade

The Reuters Graphic: North Korea stages show of force with new missiles during parade

Sen. Ben CardinBenjamin (Ben) Louis CardinMenendez to regain spot as top Foreign Relations Dem US could reinstate security assistance if Pakistan takes "decisive" steps Cardin files to run for third term MORE (D-Md.) and Rep.

While Paul's performance in the Senate strained the patience of his colleagues, he focused on the same concern that caused so many House Republicans to oppose the bill - deficit spending.

"Our Military will now be stronger than ever before", Trump tweeted Friday morning.

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A band of tea party Republicans swung against the legislation as well, repelled by its spiraling spending levels.

The agreement is likely to be added to a stopgap spending bill that passed the House on Tuesday, aimed at averting a government shutdown Thursday at midnight. Rand Paul blocked plans for a quick Senate vote, blaming his fellow Republicans for being "complicit" in the looming return of trillion-dollar budget deficits.

The bill now moves to the House.

The bill stalled in the Senate Thursday night when one of the opponents, Sen.

Paul's dissent dragged the Senate proceedings into the wee hours past the deadline, underscoring the persistent inability of Congress and Trump to deal efficiently with Washington's most basic fiscal obligation of keeping the government open. Rand Paul, refused to allow a speedy vote.



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