Listen: Jetway, President Trump, Kirstin Nielsen discussed on Pat Thurston
"Play O eight ten. Shutdown tweaks jetway collapsed in Baltimore. I'm Evan Haning in an hour. Damon shutdown will begin correspondent Sarah Westwood reports on President Trump's Twitter feed as the border wall impasse continues. The president taking to Twitter this morning wrote. I am in the White House awaiting for the Democrats to come on over and make a deal on border security from what I hear they are spending too much time on presidential harassment that they have little time left for things like stopping crime and our military national federation of federal employees, president Randy Irwin says the shutdown isn't just a Washington thing. Irwin says only fifteen percent of federal workers are in the DC area. Eighty five percent are spread throughout the country doing work in every community across the country. So no matter where you are. There are your friends and neighbors that are being directly impacted by this homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen says the US border patrol will do more thorough medical screenings for migrants after two Guatemalan children died this month in government custody after. Visiting some facilities along the border. Nielsen says the system is quote, clearly overwhelmed. Well, jetway collapsed this evening BWI Marshall airport in Baltimore. Correspondent Bill Michaels says yes there were injuries. BWI airport. Officials say at least six people were injured and have been transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The cause of the jetway failure remains under investigation. The jetway is an enclosed walkway that connects the terminal with the airplane, Portland, Oregon hotel has fired two employees. It says mistreated the black guest video taken by Germain. Massey shows a security guard telling him the police were coming to remove him from the DoubleTree Portland for making a cell phone. Call in the lobby. What Massey was a paid guest at the hotel and says security racially profiled him as he returned to."