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"Radio station. Taking it right to the public on Jack Callaghan. Fox news. President Trump will address the nation from the Oval Office Tuesday night tweeting that he wants to speak about the humanitarian and national security crisis on the southern border talks with congressional Democrats about funding a border wall. Stuck in neutral. The vice president saying that the day after Christmas the White House made what he called a good faith offer. The Democrats to say, listen, we'll take two point five billion dollars for the wall is part of a border security package. The president saying Democrats wouldn't even entertain the idea and in talks over the weekend, the vice president and the secretary of homeland security say that the Democrats won't even budge on border security until the government is reopened. So they are clearly at an impasse. Fox's John Roberts at the White House. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, and speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi asking the networks for equal time to respond to the president's address president plans to travel to the southern border on Thursday as he ponders declaring Nash. National emergency about that is that he is considering it. He's never committed to it. White House counsel's office is researching the legal implications counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway speaking on. Fox's the Ingram angle. The house reconvenes on Tuesday Democrats will introduce a Bill to mandate a federal background check for every firearm. Purchase. Gabby giffords will join house speaker Nancy Pelosi in California, congressman Mike Thompson who heads up the democratic task force on gun violence in. Introducing the Bill which they say, we'll have bipartisan support the proposal would require federal background checks on all gun sales, including private transactions gun control groups estimate that roughly twenty percent or more of gun sales. Don't include background checks, even if it passes the house Senate Republicans will unlikely take action on the Bill. Fox's John decker. This is Fox News.."