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A construction crew works on replacing the US-Mexico border fence as seen from Tijuana, in Baja California state, Mexico, on January 9, 2019.
Congressional negotiators said they reached a tentative deal Monday to fund the government and avoid another shutdown.
The measure's passage depends on Trump's support. Funding lapsed in December after the president threatened to veto any plan that did not include $ 5.7 billion to build his proposed border wall – and deterred GOP lawmakers from voting to keep the government open.
In recent days, the president has appeared more willing to accept a deal that does not include that full sum.
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