Listen: President Trump, CBS, Senator Dick Durbin discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update
"Chris cradle. These are the top stories on the WB an afternoon news update federal workers. Go to the middle of the fight over a border wall. Say enough is enough is probably been Trump prepares to address the nation. CBS? News begins our coverage. Cook county's top prosecutor calls for victims to cooperate in the wake of a new documentary detailing sex abuse allegations against our Kelly at a big redevelopment plan for Chicago's north scientists about to get scaled down sport. This is Jeff Johnny at college basketball tonight loyalists in Evansville. It's Purdue at Michigan state in Miami of Ohio the bulls off to Portland the hawks off today, they'll host Nashville tomorrow or the market style. Purity trophy, six points, NASDAQ up seventy three and the s&p up about twenty five points with forty nine low tonight of nineteen cloudy. The Newswatch continues. It's five thirty one. CBS news update in less than three hours. President Trump will address the nation to talk about what he's called a crisis on the southern border and the need for a border wall. A stalemate over funding. The wall resulted in the now eighteen day long partial government, shutdown CBS's, Paula Reed administration's credibility has continued to suffer here because they have used as outright balls figures to support a lot of this rhetoric, including these false claims about just how many terror suspects are crossing the southern border, the president will speak from the Oval Office and political strategist Greg Valliere says there's a lot on the line speech in that location. And I think the stakes are pretty high. He needs to get more public support for the shutdown at a border wall, and that support so far is not very strong democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will provide their parties viewpoint after the president speaks CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. TSA? Workers at O'Hare and midway are feeling the financial pressure of the government shutdown. That's the word from the state's senior US Senator who talked to some of them today before boarding a plane. Senator dick Durbin stood with unionized, president former TSA workers to say the government shutdown over President Trump's plans for a wall is having an impact here.."