Arriving back at the Capitol, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said there was no progress made today towards ending the shutdown.
“We had a good discussion on border security issue. I don’t think any particular progress was made today. But we talked about all aspects of it and it was a civil discussion and we are hopeful that somehow in the coming days or weeks we will be able to reach an agreement," the Kentucky Republican said.
McConnell reiterated that the he won’t put the continuing resolution the House Democrats plan to pass tomorrow on the Senate floor because President Trump has said he won’t sign it.