by Josh T. Smith, Research Manager; Hane Crevelari, MA fellow at George Mason University.
Posted February 10, 2019 In Scholar Commentary

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In his 2019 State of the Union address, President Trump outlined a moral duty to build a wall along the southern U.S. border to prevent illegal immigration. But it’s not likely that he’ll receive congressional approval or funding for it. Democrats included no funding for a wall in their recent budget proposal, and with only a few days left until the January budget compromise ends, it’s likely that a return to a government shutdown is just around the corner…

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