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security in Oval Workplace address Last night, President Donald Trump delivered a prime-time address on border security from the Oval Workplace.

ABC News fact-checked his claims, which we break down with our powerhouse political team in addition to talking about how Democrats responded.

PHOTO: A border patrol officer is overpassed by migrants running away after climbing the border fence, while others jump inside the United States to San Diego from Tijuana, Mexico, Dec. 25, 2018.

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Trump to satisfy with Democrats again on shutdown The president is anticipated to meet congressional leaders at the White House as the government shutdown, the second longest ever, enters its 19th day.

But last night, neither side appeared to offer a compromise to reopen the government. ABC News Senior Congressional Reporter Mary Bruce tells us pressure is developing on legislators to act.

“You now have all of these federal employees, hundreds of countless them, on the verge of missing their first paycheck,” Bruce states. “Lawmakers here are going to begin to feel that as constituents begin voicing their disappointment.”

3. Attorneys inadvertently expose Mueller implicated Manafort of sharing poll data with alleged ex-Russian agent

Unique counsel Robert Mueller is accusing former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of lying about sharing ballot data with a Russian male supposedly connected to Russian intelligence, according to an unredacted filing by Manafort’s attorneys.

The court documents were Manafort’s action to charges that he broke his plea offer, however his defense counsel stopped working to adequately edit sections of the filing.

If the accusation of handing over polling data is discovered to be true, ABC News Chief Justice Correspondent Pierre Thomas tells us, it could be evidence of a senior Trump campaign authorities conspiring with Russians throughout the 2016 governmental race.

PHOTO: Paul Manafort, President Donald Trumps former campaign chairman, leaves the federal courthouse in Washington D.C., Feb. 14, 2018.

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former campaign chairman, leaves the federal court house in Washington D.C., Feb. 14, 2018. Other news:Rod Rosenstein to step down: The deputy lawyer general has informed the president and White Home authorities that he’ll leave when the new attorney general is validated.

‘ If we do not help people get their healthcare, we’re going pay plenty on the back end when people get truly sick’:Mayor Expense de Blasio unveils a strategy to provide protection for everybody in New York City.

‘ I was raised that, when you see an issue, you do not complain about it, you go and do something about it’:Kamala Harris speaks out on “Excellent Early Morning America” and opens on “The View.”

‘ Keeping it short and keeping the taste big’:Jamie Oliver discusses 3 fast meals that need 5 or fewer ingredients.

From our partners at FiveThirtyEight:

What would it take for Trump to get primaried?:Is the president in threat of a severe difficulty for the 2020 Republican governmental election?

Last ‘Nightline’:

Lindsay Lohan and co-stars talk highlights, drama of new truth program:Lohan talks about her return, with her businesses in Greece, as the staff and co-stars of “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club” share what fans can expect in the new show.

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Play Lindsay Lohan and co-stars talk highlights, drama of new reality program Trump argues nationwide security’ crisis’ at US-Mexico border: ABC News experts break down the president’s remarks, the Democrats’ rebuttal and what comes next in the federal government shutdown.

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at United States southern border On this day in history: Jan. 9, 2007– Steve

Steve Jobs introduces the first iPhone.Jobs presents the first iPhone.

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Play This day in history: Jan. 9, 2007 The must-see picture: Members of the Qinghai Acrobatic Performers carry out throughout a media sneak peek for the opening night of cabaret show ‘Shanghai Mimi’ as part of Sydney Festival in Chinatown in Sydney, Australia. (photo credit: Steven Saphore/EPA/Rex/ Shutterstock)

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as part of Sydney Celebration in Chinatown in Sydney, Australia, Jan. 8, 2019. For more terrific photos from all over the world click on this link. Socially acceptable: The Berlin Zoo has actually launched video footage of the tender minute in between a polar bear named Tonja and her

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