Listen: Amazon, President Trump And Seattle City Council discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Well, President Trump is set to address the nation tonight on what he says is a national security crisis at the southern border. The government remains partially shuttered because of the impasse between congress and Trump over border wall funding Senate, minority leader Chuck Schumer says the government shutdown is now making it tougher to deal with a nationwide shingles vaccine shortage, we know one thing the government shutdown. Makes it a lot harder demanded action yesterday while visiting Moby drugs in Farmingdale Long Island, which is out of the vaccine along with a lot of big name pharmacy. Such a CVS police are investigating after a fifty two year old woman was attacked with an accent Coney Island. Cops say one of the women's adult sons who lives in the apartment turned himself into police neighbor Orlando Mendes was stunned by the incident learning that the poor woman was attacked by her own child. Thirty say the woman who was rushed to the hospital with serious injury to her head and is in critical condition. Officials say the incident happened on west thirty third street and surf avenue about three o'clock yesterday or members of the Seattle city council shared their insights yesterday with New York City lawmakers about Amazon plans to move forward with a new headquarters in queens. Proceeds several members of the New York City council have expressed their strong disapproval of the deal that plans to bring h to a second headquarters for the tech giant Amazon. It's a Long Island city the tax breaks used to woo Amazon to New York called corporate welfare. By some adhering, Monday council speaker Cory Johnson called it not a done deal and set the city got played to members of Seattle city council spoke of the blessing and a curse brought by Amazon to Seattle and some have also expressed concern over how the labor force will be affected by the incoming jobs and potentially outsized role of Amazon in New York's tech sector James flippin for seven ten."