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"Solex sixty. The border wall government shutdown impact. I'm Anne Cates. President Trump will address the nation tomorrow night in a primetime speech carried by all the major television networks to make his case for a border wall has a federal government shutdown continues far from finding areas where to give it appears both sides are firmly entrenched in not giving in at any point. The bottom lines are the same as they have been for weeks. Democrats saying they're happy to have negotiations over border security, but the government must be reopened. I the president and his team making clear their border security negotiations come before the government reopened. Correspondent Phil Mattingly. House speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer say Democrats should be given equal airtime. After the president concludes his speech, the two lawmakers, save President Trump's past statements about the border, an indicator. His remarks will be quote full of malice and misinformation the closure is starting to impact the economy, museums and parks can't collect entry fees or sell souvenirs and the Internal Revenue Service can't collect taxes. Then there's the cost of back pay for hundreds of thousands of federal. Workers who are furloughed and who must subsequently catch up on all the work that wasn't done while they were gone add to that the trickle down effects this shutdown has on the overall economy when federal workers spend less on commerce donning out and other expenses a shutdown in two thousand thirteen which lasted sixteen days hampered normal operations for the IRS which typically brings in about one billion dollars a week. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill. North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has arrived in China for a three day. Visit correspondent Brian Todd. Experts say Kim knows he needs the Chinese leader to keep goods flowing across the border between the two countries to sidestep sanctions and g wants Kim to keep the dialogue with the United States going believing. It's in China's interest for him to drive a wedge between the American president and US allies, South Korea and Japan all of this analysts suggest could signal a second Trump Kim summit sooner rather than later on Wall Street, the Dow gained ninety eight points. I'm."