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Shutdown watch: How the US pays for Trump’s border wall may leave a costly legacy
As the partial government shutdown has extended past a record 21 days, the economic costs are rising. Furloughed workers, slashed services, and jittery markets are just a few signs of the growing fallout. But one of the single biggest costs may be yet to come, even if the shutdown ends: a new border wall between the United States and Mexico. Since his campaign, President Trump has called for the construction of a new wall spanning at least part of the 2,000-mile southern border to strengthen security and immigration enforcement.
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