Government Shutdown Stars: Where Do They Stand Now?

President Obama, Ted Cruz and other congressional leaders face new political climate after shutdown.
1:48 | 10/19/13

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All day long we've been watching the barricades come down the shutdown is over -- I rise today and opposition to -- at midnight last night for the first time and seventeen years. Republicans in congress chose to shut down the federal government and we believe division -- the government can't we. Fairness for all Americans under obamacare. He was wailing. Riders can -- driven. Nobody should be getting concessions for making sure the full picture of the United States -- which it surely -- out again periods of conversations about a way to get the government reopened. The shutdown indeed after President Obama stare down house Republicans. Reopening the government without making any of the big changes to obamacare -- they demanded Mr. President I rise today. Opposition. To the deal. The senate is getting. There are no winners. Well -- who believes that -- -- played over here trying to. Try to bring government -- try to do our best to stop Obama -- we fought the good place. Which is just what. Shut down it's hurt our economy. Who significantly. And Republicans remain determined. The repeal this terrible law.

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