Listen: President Trump, FBI, FOX discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Twenty Twenty-two, Jack Callaghan. Fox news. Ed, it's now the longest shutdown of government history. Congress has bugged down for the weekend. The president not ready yet to declare a national emergency. The president telling state local and community leader said he will hold off in declaring a national emergency in order to secure border wall funding, saying congress should provide the money and acknowledging that such a declaration would be immediately challenged. I'll be sued. It'll be brought to the ninth circuit. And maybe even though the word is unambiguous just like with the travel ban. It'll be appeal to the ninth circuit. And we'll probably lose their to Republican lawmakers are divided over whether the president should declare a national emergency. Fox's John decker at the White House. Friday, also, the first payloads payday for some federal workers impacted by the shutdown Whitehall's calls the report absurd. But the New York Times is reporting the FBI began an inquiry into whether President Trump was secretly working on behalf of Russian interests. When he fired former FBI director James Comey, White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, says call me was fired for being a disgraced partisan hack and disputed that the president has ever been soft on Russia times also says some law enforcement officials outside the investigation questioned whether FBI agents overstepped their authority relatives of thirteen year old Jimmy class reunited with her Friday night in Barron, Wisconsin a day after she escaped from a man who police say had been holding her captive since mid October, mid October. That is Jamie's aunts Kelly. Engelhardt? We are beyond words, we cannot even my. My family cannot even express how happy we are. Police say the twenty one year old suspect also shot and killed Jamie's parents on that night in October. Jake Patterson has been charged with kidnapping and with two counts of intentional."