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Will the govt. shutdown this week? ‘I prayfully hope no’ says Sen. Warner

06:32

Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), a member of the Budget Committee, joins Garrett Haake to discuss the real possibility of a government shutdown if congress cannot reach an agreement on a funding bill by midnight Friday. “Nothing would be stupider, with challenges still around the virus, with an economy that’s challenged by supply chains, than for the federal government to be shutting down,” says Warner.