Listen: United States, President Trump, Syria discussed on KNX Programming
"Thompson, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. It's eleven forty now. It's week three of the partial government shutdown. The president is promising to keep it that way until he gets the money needed to fund his border wall. Dan, Sobia, and is president of the national weather service employees, and he's one of the federal workers feeling the pinch with no income, no chance to collect unemployment benefits and no ability to borrow from his retirement account, but rolled or if you think you're going to be followed for more than thirty days. You're not allowed to take a loan out of the thrift savings plan fun. So pretty much in a rock and a hard place. Luckily, I have a little bit of savings, and I've been living on that. The president has said that the shutdown could last for months or even years. President Trump's decision to pull US troops out of Syria has led to a diplomatic mission to the region. National security adviser John Bolton will meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a bid to. To ease. Israel's concerns over the planned withdrawal of US forces from Syria. Israeli officials have expressed alarm that the pullout could enable Iran to expand its military presence in Syria. Baltin is expected to express US support for further Israeli airstrikes in Syria targeting Iranian, assets, Robert Berger, CBS news Jerusalem. Iran wants a US to be aware of its military might Tehran says it plans to deploy warships close to America's Atlantic territorial waters to counter the presence of US aircraft carriers in the Gulf a senior Iranian. Naval officials says the move in March is intended to wave the flag of Iran, and secure shipping. Routes vessels taking part will include a destroyer equipped with helicopters service to air missiles, and anti aircraft guns. The announcement comes after secretary of state Pompeo warns Iran not to launch a number of satellites Larry."