Listen: Roger Stone, Linda Kenyon, Donald Trump discussed on Coast to Coast AM
"Crash. I'm Martin after thirty five days. A deal is reached that reopens the federal government for the next three weeks without border wall funding, but there's still some work to do. Correspondent Linda Kenyon house speaker Nancy Pelosi had mixed feelings about the whole thing. I'm sad. It has taken this long. I'm glad that we've come to a conclusion today as to how we go forward in the next in the next three weeks. And if there isn't an agreement he likes in the next three weeks. Trump says there could be another partial government shutdown and he says he'll invoke his executive powers to declare national emergency. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer doesn't think that will happen. I'm very optimistic that the conference committee can come to a good conclusion, and we can avoid another shutdown video also gives federal workers their back pay as the president says as soon as possible. Linda Kenyon, Washington and east Texas school district says one student was killed another seriously hurt when a Union Pacific train in the school bus. Glutted? The bus driver was heard as well. Corresponding Clayton Neville, the crash. Bending all town of Athens, seventy miles east of Dallas to students and the driver were on board a nine year old girl in the bus driver were hurt and taken to the hospital a thirteen year old in middle school boy found dead. The athens. Police department says the train crossing didn't have crossing arms or lights only signs the community held a vigil just hours after the wreck correspondent Sarah Murray reports that longtime associate Trump associate Roger stone has been indicted. It's unclear who delivered those instructions and which officials stone was in touch with about WikiLeaks. At least one of them was Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist and chief executive of the Trump campaign, but stone was not charged with conspiracy. He faces one count of obstruction. I'm Barton Necker.."