“I’d love to see a shutdown if we don’t get this stuff taken care of...It’s worth it for our country,” he said. “If we have to shut it down because the Democrats don’t want safety, and — unrelated but still related — they don’t want to take care of military, then shut it down. We’ll go with another shutdown.Lawmakers in both parties have said they hope to avoid another government shutdown like the one that occurred after talks broke down last month. Without an agreement to extend funding, the government would shut down Friday. Later Tuesday, White House press secretary Sanders clarified Trump’s comments, saying that he wants Democrats “to do their jobs.” “We are not advocating for the shutdown,” she said, interpreting trump-talk into English.'