Trump budget chief predicts shutdown deal within 24 hours

"I think there's a deal in the next 24 hours,” he said during an interview on CNN. 
The government will shut down if Congress does not pass a spending bill before midnight Friday, but Mulvaney said that is not much of a hard deadline because federal offices do not reopen until Monday
“I look at it more in terms of what gets done before offices are supposed to open on Monday,” he said. “And I think you’re going to see a deal.”
"He's not leaving until this is finished,” Mulvaney told reporters after his CNN appearance. 
The White House has voiced optimism about the prospects of averting a shutdown, even as the outcome of spending talks on Capitol Hill remains uncertain as the deadline approaches. 
Schumer, however, sounded less optimistic, saying the two sides still have a “good number of disagreements” on immigration and spending, even though progress was made.
Mulvaney’s tone shifted from earlier Friday, when he put the odds of a shutdown at 50-50 and claimed that Democrats should take the blame if it does.