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A Friday deadline for a new spending plan is looming large, but Republicans and Democrats are miles apart on everything from health care to tax reform to a border wall. Meanwhile, President Trump’s approval rating is at a record low as his 100th day in office approaches. NBC’s Kristen Welker reports for TODAY from the White House.