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"Eric Harley, and I'm Gary McNamara coming up on the bottom of the hour. More your calls and comments and really just asking the question now that it looks like it's obvious at this is just a complete stall. I think even Democrats privately would would admit it should the Republicans set a date to vote on Brad Kavanagh and confirm him. We'll get to more your calls and comments on that. Plus some of the headlines look at us from FOX declassification of Russian probe documents underway after Trump order. Congressional sources fear red tape delay something that we were talking about an August when we said he should do it. Now, give himself the president. You give him some plenty of room because you know, inside the bureaucracy you're going to try to play any games possible. Not to release this information. And then leading another headline leading congressional Democrats are looking to stall the process have to release documents related. Into the Russia investigation. And we told you this the Democrats do not want transparency, the Democrats do not want you to know. Remember, they're the ones that claim that the FBI it's Adam Schiff who claims that the FBI has the intelligence that they did that there was collusion. Let us see for video roadlog here's your forecast as river flooding continues in the Carolinas. So do the road closures be mindful of that today, if you're in and out of the Carolinas in the wake of Florence prolific river flooding will remain a long-term concern for the Carolinas and parts of southern Virginia. The remnants of Florence will be lingering off the east coast around New York City today and then eventually making its way out to sea. We're looking for clear conditions for the midwest today with plenty of high pressure in place through the southern plains one area of precipitation from yesterday lingering as a stationary front. That'll be between Madison and Pierre on I ninety in the northern plains. The west is dry west of the Rockies not much to talk about in terms of any rain. It's the I ninety five corridor from Maine to Florida. That'll see the bulk of the precept today across the nation and there's a mid week. Look at your national weather forecast from red. I radio I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye.."