Farmer, London and Marcus Wolford discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

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Three more boys for mccabe in thailand there's one more child and the coach to go eighteen divers have gone into the cave supported by an enormous entourage to extract those boys abc's matt gut says two of the rest you'd boys have developed a lung infection and all remain hospitalized and sequestered about half the kids under five separated from their parents at the border will be reunited with him today children who will see their parents they will we've brought to ice facilities around the country to reconnect abc's pierre thomas reports the federal judge may set a new deadline today for the remaining young immigrant children to be returned between two and three thousand older children are still in government custody while a federal judge refuses the trump administration request to detain migrant families indefinitely the judge reaffirms previous ruling ordering kids released after twenty days senator johnny isakson focuses on damage control as president trump hits friends and foes with tariffs in summers and business owners are flooding his office with requests for relief what the businesses are telling me almost without exception it's pervasive negative effect speaking to the cobb county chamber of commerce in atlanta isaacson told the story of a soybean farmer who hoped for a twenty five percent profit on this year's crop that was before president trump's tariffs now the china has hit the us with retaliatory tariffs on soybeans isaacson says that farmer expects to lose money when he harvests pete combs wsb british prime minister theresa may faces a political crisis over brexit to cabinet members resigned in abc's marcus wolford reports may herself may face a vote of no confidence from hardcore conservatives were discussing whether or not there should be a leadership challenge to theresa may and we'll see if there were enough votes among back benches to unseat her all this is the backdrop for president trump's visit to the uk this week he largely intends to stay out of london to avoid protests delta.

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