WASHINGTON -- The Republican-led House has approved funding for President Donald Trump's border wall in legislation that pushes the government closer to a partial government shutdown.
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The House voted 217-185, largely along party lines. The bill now goes to the Senate, where it has almost no chance of passing.
Senators already passed their bill to avert a shutdown by extending funds to Feb. 8. It did not include the wall funding.
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Without resolution, government funding for various departments expires at midnight Friday.
Trump had given mixed signals on how hard he would push for $5 billion in border wall funds. But he dug in Thursday, telling House Republican leaders he wouldn't sign the Senate bill that didn't have the money.
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House approves border wall funding as shutdown nears
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