Voters don’t care too much for the federal government, and the number who say they have been badly hurt by the continuing government shutdown remains small.
To quote the Bard, the Trump vs. Pelosi show is “full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” So the partial government shutdown enters a record-breaking fifth week.
The 50-50 nation marches on. Half the voters in the country don’t like new House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the highest ranking Democrat in Washington, D.C., but just as many disapprove of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Congress’ top Republican.
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