Listen: President, Vice President And Trump Administration discussed on The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway
"That August setting and more than three years the president will describe a crisis on the southern border. Aides say he has yet to decide to declare a national emergency. Vice president Pence says the White House counsel is looking into the legality of that. And whether Mr. Trump could use the declaration to access funds for the wall without congressional approval. You can listen to the president lives starting at nine pm on Katie k radio. The Trump administration says taxpayers old refunds will be paid on time despite the shutdown the acting director of the White House budget office says customary rules will be changed to make the payments possible responding to concern. They could be delayed. The IRS plans to recall, a large number of furloughed employees to process returns, probably without pay Pennsylvania government services will be affected soon. If the shutdown continues with that story. Katie KYW radio's Joe governor Tom Wolfe says fifty to sixty billion dollars in federal money moves through state government agencies. That's more than the state budget itself. If it continues that"