President Trump, President Donald Trump, Howard Schultz discussed on WBZ Morning News
Thirty and twenty eight degrees. Partly cloudy in Boston. I'm Deb Lawler. And here's what's happening. Paychecks will finally be going out in the next few days for government workers partial government, shutdown has ended for now I want to thank all of the incredible federal workers, and their amazing families who have shown such extraordinarily devotion in the face of this. Recent hardship federal workers are back on the job this morning happy but concerned about threats of another government shutdown next month. ABC's Serena Marshall has the latest information. President Trump told the Wall Street Journal, I personally think it's less than fifty fifty. But you have a lot of very good people on that board that board a group of lawmakers trying to come up with a plan the president can get behind after he signed a Bill to temporarily reopened the government for the next three weeks five point seven billion for the wall. But immigration reform is likely to be a big part of any deal. The man behind a lot of morning coffees may have designs on the Oval Office. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is weighing a presidential bid in two thousand twenty. I don't care if you're democrat independent. Libertarian Republican bring me your ideas, and I will be an independent person who will embrace those ideas because I am not in any way in bed with a party shoals telling sixty minutes, he is considering running as an independent, it's a prospect, many worry could draw support from the eventual democratic nominee and hand President Donald Trump another four years in office what tonight at the Screen Actors Guild awards but panther..