Government reopens as agencies like IRS could take at least a year to return to normal
Parts of the government that were shut for 35 days are now open again, but President Trump says he doubts the uncertainty is over. In a weekend interview, the president said the chances of congressional negotiators reaching a budget deal are "less than 50-50." He also said he wouldn't rule out another shutdown if Congress doesn't give him the $5.7 billion he wants for a border wall. Nancy Cordes reports.