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Lawmakers contend they’ll go home — even if there’s a shutdown

President Trump is pulling Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to use to supposed “nuclear option” and discharge a 60-vote threshold indispensable to pierce brazen on legislation.

Some Republican senators, such as Montana’s Sen. Steve Daines, have been understanding of doing so.

Others Republicans, like effusive Sen. Jeff Flake, are vocally against to it:

But remember: Despite President Trump’s calls for a chief option, as prolonged as McConnell is Senate infancy leader, it will never happen.

He’s categorically pronounced some-more than a dozen times on a record that he won’t.

McConnell also doesn’t even have a votes in his caucus, as a series of his members are against to a chief option.

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