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"To twenty three with Tim tebow connecting with their Maria's Thomas on an eighty yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage in overtime. That's your iheartradio weekend sports time capsule. From the studio. Your local fiduciary, Trajan wealth dot com. AM seven ninety and iheartradio station. Funding for a border wall. I'm an Carrick, Fox News. President Trump is talking about declaring a national emergency to get money to fund his border wall. Fox's Chad pergram with how that works. There was a Bill passed in nineteen seventy six which gives the president, you know, pretty broad latitude to do things like this presence of always used executive power and tried to push the envelope. Envelope a little bit. You certainly saw this in the late nineteen fifties. With President Eisenhower sending in military troops to help desegregate the schools in Little Rock, Arkansas. You saw it in nineteen ninety two and President George W Bush sent troops to help with the riots after the Rodney King verdict in Los Angeles. So administrations often push the envelope. It's a question of how much, you know, agility, President Trump might have to be able to use unable gated funds. That's the term of art here and move that toward a wall. If he declares a national emergency two sets of meetings over the weekend produced little progress on ending the government. Shutdown with order excuse me with the border wall funding and the government shutdown at an impasse. The Senate turns its attention to Syria majority leader Mitch McConnell, introduced a foreign policy legislation last week four bills focused on the US role in the Middle East while the planned withdrawal of US forces from Syria is not addressed debate is sure to include concern about that decision from Republican and democratic hawks legislation does include military responses to human rights abuses, in Syria, including sanctions on financial institutions vote is expected by the end of the week on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News. A Michigan family of five dies in a fiery crash after a suspected drunk driver hits their SUV traveling the wrong direction on interstate seventy five in Lexington Kentucky is salmon Reema Abbas and their children Ali Isabela and Gisela ages seven to fourteen were headed home. From a Florida vacation. This is Fox News. Securing america. Two months after the Singapore summit. President."