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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has been working through the government shutdown to keep the National Mall and other tourist sites open to the public.

Zinke spent part of the weekend cleaning up trash on the Mall, and later gave a group from Illinois a guided tour of the World War II Memorial.

On Sunday, Zinke handed out maps and greeted visitors at the Washington Monument and Thomas Jefferson Memorial.

He said he is willing to do what it takes to welcome visitors to national parks during what he dubbed the "Schumer Shutdown."

On Fox & Friends, Pete Hegseth noted that the treatment of the Mall and other national parks was different than during the last government shutdown.

In 2013, President Barack Obama cordoned off the World War II Memorial during that year's government shutdown.

Days later, a crowd that included former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-Alaska) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) chanted "tear down this wall," as thousands of veterans and supporters tore apart the barricades to access the shuttered property.

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