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Schumer: Trump walked out of meeting after Pelosi said no to border wall
Schumer: Trump walked out of meeting after Pelosi said no to border wall
Schumer: Trump walked out of meeting after Pelosi said no to border wall

Schumer: Trump walked out of meeting after Pelosi said no to border wall - CNN

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Sen. Charles Schumer (D-NY) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) talk to reporters after meeting with President Donald Trump about a deal to end the partial shutdown of the federal government. Schumer told reporters that President Donald Trump walked out of the meeting after Pelosi said she wouldn't support funding a border wall.  #shutdown #schumer #CNN #News
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