President Donald Trump may not want a government shutdown, after all.
In March, Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill to avert the last shutdown threat. He threatened to veto that legislation as he sought more money for border security.
Government funding has briefly lapsed twice already this year.
CNBC reported last week, citing three people who have discussed the idea, that the White House is considering a possible partial shutdown. In this scenario, Trump would sign stand-alone bills to fund the majority of the government, while reserving the right to veto others if they don’t include funding for the border wall.