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"Is the daily rewind with Ron saint-pierre powered by Premark meadows. Now that the Democrats control the house. There's been a lot of talk about their political motivations as it relates to impeaching President Trump over the weekend Representative Rashida to leave. She non-camera actually cheering the concept and also heard let's impeach this blank expeditive deleted. And I am talking about the Queen Mother of the expletives being deleted still majority leader Steny Hoyer who was on meet the press yesterday says that any talk of impeachment. That's simply a distraction. No, I don't think an impeachment process is inevitable. And that's what we're focused up. And Julia goes on to say the house will not have impeachment. Talks pitchman talks right now are just distract. We'll have to see what the report says. Instead Hoyer says he wants Democrats to concentrate on the issues such as voting rights campaign. In finance reform, you know legislative agendas reforms done redistricting on campaign finance reform on voting rights. We wanna make sure we get ethical reforms. We want to make sure we get focus on wages and healthcare. And another round of talks get underway and the White House and congress search for common ground on border security went nowhere with limited talks over the weekend is it enters week number three more from FOX's Grenell. Scott GOP, Senator Lindsey Graham says Democrats refused to see eye to eye with the president Nancy Pelosi sees the border crisis as manufactured President Trump says Israel until we see the same movie, you're never going to reach a conclusion. The president says he could declare a national emergency to get wall funding, but democratic Senator dick Durbin says that won't work. He's faced so many lawsuits when he ignores the law and ignores tradition and precedent and just goes forward without any concern. He'll face challenge. I'm sure both men on CBS face the nation. Vice president Pence is point ban on Capitol Hill for the White House as talks continue Grenell. Scott. Fox news. President Trump continues to push for that wall on the southern border. But not the massive concrete structure that he's been touting for a couple of years apparently. Speaking to reporters at the White House. Trump said that he wants to steal wall instead of a concrete wall, noting that steel is stronger and less obtrusive, and we'll look better. He said he allowed that it would be more expensive than concrete, but appeared to suggest the Democrats objections pushed the button, he said, they don't like concrete. He added. So we'll give them speed steel and for how he's gonna pay for it. Mr. Trump says as you just heard he's willing to work with Democrats on Dacca in an effort to get them to the table. The thing is he wants to the supreme court to rule on Dacca. I now beyond that Trump also said that he may declare a national emergency has Grenell. Scott just reported to fund that wall if it comes to that because there's a crisis at the southern border, and he says the influx of drugs, human trafficking and criminals constitute a national emergency been a couple of weeks since the government shutdown started in national parks are closing because there are no employee's around to collect fees and clean the bathroom so park visitors. But in Yellowstone National Park, the country's oldest national park. Local businesses are actually pitching in to pay. Park staff to keep parts of it open. The park is blanketed in snow right now in temperatures below zero. But between twenty thousand and thirty thousand people a month still brave that Montana weather to come see the Yellowstone in wintertime park is mostly closed to cars this time of the year. But takes a lot of work, you know, to groom the roads, so snowmobiles and snow coaches the vans with new tires. You've seen them can get visitors in and out so private businesses that operate inside the park renting snowmobiler doing tours are picking up the tab to keep things going cost about seven thousand five hundred dollars a day, by the way to groom three hundred plus miles of snowy roads. So Zan, Tara parks and resorts which runs the only hotels that operate inside Yellowstone during the winter, they're covering most of the cost and they're getting the thirteen guide services that work in the park. The chip into company says it will keep paving until February. And then reevaluate keep paying us should say. And reevaluate the arrangement hopefully, the government shutdown will be a thing of the past by then, but who knows? It's entering week number three as we speak. This American being held on spy charges in Russia. Could there actually be a prisoner? Swap in the making. Let's check in with our reporter Simon Owen from Fox News Simon because that happened. Money, rome. Well, anything's possible. Although the Russians are pushing back on the suggestion. This is the case of pull Waylon who remains in Russian custody as far as rented ten days ago now for alleged spying, his family say that is innocent and the data and he traveled to Russia to attend a wedding Russians there appear to believe otherwise. So Paul Weeden is being held. We don't think he's been indicted. That being conflicting reports on that. And he's family say they are trying to work out. What's going on here? And indeed his twin brother has said you start to wonder if hold of these things are connected, and what he's talking about that. Yeah, they spent collation that maybe the Russians are trying to line up some kind of exchange, and the reason that is being considered by some Russia expert at a possibility as because of the case of Maria Bettina who is facing jail in the United States. Defeating guilty in federal court last month to acting as a foreign operatives in the US to being a Russian agent who had been tasked with influencing particularly conservative groups in America. It'd been quiet high profile case, certainly we know that President Putin is well aware of it, we think, and this is the speculation is that maybe the Russians were simply looking for an American had now Russia's deputy foreign minister is brushing that off he said it's impossible and incorrect to consider the question now when charges haven't even been presented against pull Wedenesday Sydney saying that it seems it it's it's to Eddie for them to talk about that. But whether there is certain movement going on behind the scenes, we don't know whether the case where they really believe that they call basemen and nephew red-handed. We just don't know. The Russians have given very few details to say no details about what they accused of doing. And the next step might well be to see if say bring charges sometime this week. Then maybe if you more details would emerge. Okay, Simon Owen, Fox News. Thanks for the update Ford is recalling nearly one million vehicles that have a risk of flying shrapnel stemming from exploding airbag inflators, of course, those are the two key Takata airbags auto industry, reporter filled. The bull says the recall is part of the continued fallout from dangerous parts manufactured by the Japanese company. Seven different Ford and Lincoln models are all named in this recall among them include two thousand and ten Ford engine Lincoln m McKay X's two thousand ten two thousand eleven Ford. Rangers two thousand and ten to two thousand twelve Ford fusions and Lincoln, m two thousand ten and two thousand eleven mercury Milan's and two thousand ten to two thousand fourteen Ford Mustang Ford is urging. Anybody who owns one of these above vehicles to bring it to a dealer as soon as possible for a no cost airbag inflator replacement. The tocado recall will move in phases through two thousand twenty as the largest in history to President Trump's national security advisor John Bolton met with Israel's President Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss a host of issues, including the withdrawal of US troops from Syria. Fox's tree Yanks has more Bolton indicating to reporters in Jerusalem Sunday that the Trump administration will wait for sure. From Turkey about the fate of US-backed Kurdish fighters critics of President Trump said he was abandoning the Kurds after his recent decision on Syria, the national security adviser, adding that license will also be completely defeated before the United States withdraws Trump administration officials said over the weekend that part of Bolton's visit to Jerusalem was meant to ensure the Israelis that President Trump will not rush the withdrawal. Like he had previously indicated just last week President Trump extended his timeline from thirty days to four months."