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Guide reading:Despite the end of the government standstill, the debate over border security and the presidential race that has begun in 2020 will continue the struggle between the Democratic and Republican parties. If these issues are not handled properly, the next
On January 25th, President trump signed a motion. Under the bill, the federal government departments will receive a budget to operate until February 15, 2019, excluding funds for the construction of the U.S. -Mexico border wall. This means that the 35-day shutdown of the federal government officially ended, and 800,000 federal civil servants who were forced to take vacations and work without pay during the shutdown were able to work normally.
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After a lot of fighting and wrangling, the US government suffered enormous losses, people's trust was wantonly squandered, and the image of Washington politicians was greatly affected. Trump is currently unable to get the $5.7 billion he wants to spend on building the wall - the main reason for the closure of the current round of government.
 
J.P. Morgan estimates that a government shutdown will reduce economic growth by 0.1 to 0.2 percentage points a week in the quarter; affected federal agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), have opened "food banks" to help agents and employees whose lives are affected by wage arrears; large-scale flight delays at airports in the eastern United States; car suppliers and farmers cannot apply for them. Tariff exemptions or government subsidies are requested; most public museums are closed to visitors; live broadcasts of giant pandas at the National Zoo's "treasure of town gardens" are also suspended in a pitiful voice; garbage piles up in unprotected national parks.
 
Despite the end of the government standstill, the debate over border security and the presidential race that has begun in 2020 will continue the struggle between the Democratic and Republican parties. If these issues are not handled properly, the next U.S. government standstill may not be far off.