WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Donald Trump plans to sign the border security deal reached by congressional negotiators in order to avoid another partial shutdown of the federal government, CNN reported on Wednesday, citing two sources who had spoken with the U.S. president.
Reporting by Susan Heavey and Lisa Lambert
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