US federal workers fear government reopening is temporary

After President Trump announced the US government would reopen for three weeks, there was no one celebrating.

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    There was hardly any celebration even after US President Donald Trump announced the government would reopen for three weeks, ending the longest shutdown.

    Reopening federal agencies will be a slow process. Many government workers are worried they won't get regular paycheques for long.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from Kansas City.


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