President Biden, Eddie Fox And Senator Tom Cotton discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

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Depend on one of 5.9 FM WMD. L A cumulus stations news Now this'll be to 49. I'm Mary course. Eddie Fox News. With all Democrats voting in favor of the bill and Republicans voting against it. The Senate has passed a $1.9 trillion stimulus package for covert 19 relief. Some of the money doesn't even go to covert relief projects, not for months. But for years, Senator Tom Cotton From Arkansas, upset that prisoners are eligible for those $1400 direct payments. Tweeting that Joe Cars are Nev. The Boston bomber, he said he murdered three people and terrorized the city. He'll be getting $1400 stimulus check as part of the Democrats covert relief bill, the Senate did get rid of two pork projects that would have pumped millions into the Bay Area transit system in San Francisco. There's now no money for construction of a bridge between upstate New York in Canada. That's Fox's David spot reporting. Meanwhile, more than two dozen House Republicans on Friday urged President Biden to Rian. State of National Emergency Declaration for the southern border as a surge of migrants are trying to cross into the U. S. Republicans say the surge and border crossings is all tied to President Biden's decision to roll back some of those trump Arab border policies. The White House is this that this is not a crisis and that they're able to handle the situation more humanely. On Saturday, 14 Biden Advisors, including the Homeland Security Secretary, Alejandro My Orkest, led a delegation down to the border. We also saw the president's domestic policy adviser, Susan Rice, and his deputy national security advisor. Make the trip. White House says advisers met with local border officials to discuss their needs for holding migrant families. They also reportedly received a briefing on border infrastructure that sponsors Mark MEREDITH. Meanwhile, authorities say they will say criminal charges against the people involved in a massive party near the University of Colorado in Boulder that developed into a violent confrontation with police this weekend, City police say up to 800 people flooded the streets in an area known as the Hill on Saturday night, and when told to leave, they threw bottles, rocks and other objects that left three office Stairs with minor injuries. Police resorted to using tear gas to break up the crowd. America is the same to Fox News. W E Mail news at 502. Good

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