Sen. Collins sees ‘glimmer of hope’ for shutdown compromise

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, who voted for GOP and Democratic proposals for ending the authorities shutdown that within the rupture failed, says she sees a “glimmer of hope” because better than dozen senators seem to be exciting to compromise.

Collins voted Thursday in decide of President Donald Trump’s proposal, as successfully as a Democratic replacement, saying the longest authorities shutdown within the nation’s historical previous “have to approach to an cease.”

Both measures failed. One bill mirrored Trump’s seek records from for border wall funding in exchange for transient-term protections for some immigrants. The quite quite lots of called for transient-term funding while a compromise is hashed out.

Collins acknowledged compromise is no longer a “dirty be aware” and that Congress wants to reopen the authorities, address border security “and get on with the industry of this country.”

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