President Trump, Nathan Sutherland, Phoenix discussed on Arizona's Morning News


Reaches. Seventy degrees today and seventy one on Friday. It'll be mostly sunny through the end of the week expect more breezes on Saturday, otherwise we're dry and in the low seventies through the weekend. I'm ABC team meteorologist Irish Hermosa at six thirty three at his thirty eight degrees in Phoenix rather data. That is thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland nurse, whose DNA is linked to the sexual assault of incapacitated woman at hacienda healthcare in Phoenix. She gave birth last month. Several end is part of a rap duo called sleepless soldiers. Posse into healthcare says civil was thoroughly checked out before he was hired seven years ago. The facility says Nathan Sutherland underwent and extensive background check extending to criminal history as well as a sex offender registry. Before he was hired us the unnecess-. He was cleared for his nursing license in two thousand twelve his license is current and in good standing the facility did terminated his employment as soon as they learned of his involvement in this case. So there was expected to be the nurse of the woman who gave birth to a baby last month. Nylon KTAR news coming up just after seven o'clock Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams is going to join us here on Arizona's morning news to talk more about the arrest of Sutherland, President Trump has called off his state of the union address for now postponed. President Trump tweeting late Wednesday evening that a wait until the government shutdown is over to deliver his state of the union speech. This follows a day of Darren double the air between house speaker Nancy Pelosi in the president President Trump sending a letter to Pelosi that. He was not going to take a recommendation to postpone the speech and was on track to head to the capital to deliver it on Tuesday Pelosi, then serving notice on Trump that he was disinvited from using the house chamber for the annual joint congressional meeting. Dave Packer, ABC news. Arizona Republican Senator Martha mcsally visited the border yesterday near Yuma. Where almost four hundred migrants tunneled under the fence last week. Sally praise the border patrol agents who are working without paychecks during the government shutdown before catching a Red Eye to DC.

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