Listen: Senate, West Palm Beach, Governor Scott discussed on Ken Held's Doo Wop Shop
"Eight fifty not out West Palm Beach. From ABC news. Brian Clark plans for next year in congress could be coming into focus, especially in the house, which will be controlled by Democrats. A senior democratic aide on the house oversight committee tells ABC that committee plans to investigate President Trump's involvement in hush payments made to women during the two thousand sixteen campaign, the president denied knowledge of those payments, but will these investigations come at the expense of legislation. ADC congressional reporter Mary Bruce says they're going to be plowing ahead on their legislative priorities and tackling these investigations that I think you're gonna see issues like healthcare. We had so many Republicans say they want to do something to protect preexisting conditions. I think Democrats are going to say, okay, when you put your money where your mouth is Republicans will control the Senate. But by how much remains to be seen with vote counts. Still outstanding in Arizona and Florida. That's where the recounts underway and governor. Rick Scott's campaign for Senate has sued asking a thirties to impound ballots in counting acquitted in Broward and Palm Beach counties today, the leader of the Senate. Democrats Chuck Schumer said governor Scott should recuse himself from overseeing NAT recap every vote should be counted, regardless of the outcome that is only fair when people go out of their way to vote their votes should not be discounted, particularly by someone with a blatant conflict of interest. Like governor Scott authorities in northern California set up a missing persons call center as a result of the camp wildfire. Authorities have recovered Twenty-three bodies. But many more still missing firefighters have that blaze. Twenty-five percent contained is only ten percent containment on the Wolsey fire in southern California today, crews dealing with strong winds Ventura County fire captain Brian McGrath, asking residents to leave and not try to protect homes with a garden hose water that you're putting on the plants now on your."