(FASTNEWS|COLOMBO) – Talks between congressional Republicans and Democrats aimed at averting another United States (US) Government shutdown have broken down without agreement.
The negotiators were hoping for a deal by Monday to give Congress time to pass legislation by Friday, when last month’s federal funding deal runs out.
The disagreement centres on President Donald Trump’s insistence on a bill that funds a US – Mexico border wall.
The previous shutdown, lasting 35-days, was the longest in US history.
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