What If The Government Shutdown Never Ends? Trump Said It Could Last For Years


As of Thursday evening, the government has been in the midst of a partial shutdown for 20 straight days. The shutdown is the direct result of disagreements between POTUS and Democratic leaders over how much border wall funding should be allotted in 2019. And given that there has been no sign of interest in a compromise from either side of the partisan aisle, some people might be wondering what happens if the government shutdown never ends. After all, the president himself has said that it might go on for years.

According to The New York Times, the partial government shutdown will become the longest shutdown in history on Saturday, Jan. 12, marking the 22nd day of the crisis. During this time period, over 800,000 federal employees have been furloughed, and agencies like the FDA and the DHS have been largely inactive.

In short, for the government shutdown to end, there needs to be a majority agreement on the…



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