Congress appears to be on course to get the government back up and running soon, but what lasting impacts, if any, will the shutdown have on both political parties? Jack Hunter, Editor of Rare Politics, and Elizabeth Preza, Writer at Raw Story, discuss in this week's edition of "Agree to Disagree." Hunter and Preza discuss whether the shutdown will rank among the longest in U.S. history. The longest-lasting shutdown in history happened in 2013, which lasted for 13 days. Our roundtable also takes a look at President Trump's statements throughout the shutdown. Will his decision to play hardball work in his favor or come back to bite him in the end?

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