US shutdown: No end in sight for border wall deadlock

One month after government shutdown began, President Donald Trump and Democrats appear no closer to ending the political deadlock over wall funding.

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    The partial government shutdown in the United States has now hit the one-month mark. It is the longest on record and 800,000 federal workers are affected.

    But President Donald Trump and the Democrats appear no closer to ending the political deadlock over the funding for a proposed wall along the border with Mexico.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Reynolds reports from Washington, DC.


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