Listen: President Trump, Senate, Tim Cook discussed on 24 Hour News
"Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell on the NFL floor speech says the House Democratic plan to vote on funding eight shuttered departments. And continuing funding for the department of homeland security and the next month without an increase for President Trump's border law won't fly one partisan vote in the house tomorrow is not going to solve anything. Made it clear to the speaker. We're not interested in having show votes. In the Senate. We're interested in bringing up something house has passed sixty senators will support and the president will sign. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer accuses Republicans and the president of holding federal workers and the public hostility hope that they will not use the American people the millions who depend on these departments. And the workers who are either not working or not getting paid as hostages to have a temper tantrum pound the table and say, it's our way what we heard all these people the partial shutdown now in his twelfth day has furloughed about four hundred thousand federal workers with a similar number working without pay an announcement made after the closer trade today is likely to have an impact when the markets open tomorrow. Warren Levinson explains apple CEO, Tim cook sent shareholders a letter saying revenue for the fourth quarter will be around eighty four Bill. Dollars well below the ninety one billion Wall Street had been expecting the biggest factor is a slowdown in the demand for new iphones, especially in China where the economy has been slowing and domestic brands are starting to capture some market share cook said the president's AP digital news back in a moment. Thank you for listening to."