President Trump, Nancy Pelosi, Proctor discussed on All Things Considered

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Is day. Thirty three of the partial government shutdown and many Americans have had enough. I truly believe that we do need a while. But I don't think this is the right way to do what voters on both sides are saying about the standoff coming up plus courts will run out of money next week. If the shutdown persists also Covington students at the center of a debate over the standoff at the Lincoln Memorial and trail-blazing, Chicago businesswoman. Barbara gardner. Proctor has died. We'll have a remembrance after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine Herbst. President Trump says he'll give his state of the union address from a different venue after house speaker Nancy Pelosi made it clear to him today. He's not welcome to give the address from the house floor while the government remains partially shutdown. Trump speaking from the White House this afternoon. Call Pelosi's decision, a great blotch on the country, a horrible, Mark and a disgrace. She doesn't want the American public to hear what's going on. She's afraid of the truth, and the super left Democrats, the radical Democrats what's going on in that party is shocking. It's not clear where or when Trump will deliver his speech by law. The president may not address a joint session of congress without both chambers. Explicit permission. The constitution doesn't require that. The state of the union be delivered in the form of a speech and on Capitol Hill today furloughed federal workers staged protest inside a Senate office building demanding an end to the partial government shutdown. Patrick Madden of member station. W A M U reports. Twelve people were arrested the protest at.

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