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"Francis. The FBI is speeding toward a deadline. As Senate leaders continue to Spar over the scope of bread Kavanagh's investigation. Linda Kenyon reports has been given one week to complete its investigation, but Schumer is concerned some important witnesses might be left out. We are getting report after report of people who call up the FBI hotline, the tips line, and are never called that majority leader McConnell says this is just one more effort on the part of the Democrats to delay the confirmation vote, and he says it won't work one thing for sure the Senate will vote on judge Cavanaugh here on this floor. This week McConnell. Also says the FBI report will be made available only to the senators while Democrats say the report should be made public. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The New York Times is reporting that President Trump received at least four hundred thirteen million dollars from his father much of that through dubious textile and possible fraud times claims Trump and his father Fred avoided gift and inheritance taxes by setting up shell corporations. Undervaluing assets to authorities most people with a mobile phone or going to get a text message from the president today. Jan Johnson tells what first nationwide test of the national wireless emergency alert system was postponed last month because of the widespread impact of hurricane Florence. But at two eighteen PM eastern time eleven eighteen AM Pacific time cell towers will broadcast the test message for about thirty minutes. It will be headlined presidential alert saying this is a test in all caps and concluding with no action is needed. I'll meant to answer a changing landscape in which not everyone would hear or see an emergency alert coming to them by radio or TV. I'm Jan Johnson. Authorities this morning still trying to determine whether suspected letters sent to the president and Pentagon contain the toxic rice and found through routine."