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Trump considers bypassing Congress to get border wall funding. In Cairo speech, Secretary of State Pompeo slams Obama Mideast policies. Trial of drug lord "El Chapo" picks up steam in federal court.

News Brief: Government Shutdown, Pompeo Speech, ‘El Chapo’ Trial

By Rachel Martin NPR
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