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"appropriators" Discussed on WTOP
"That sorta with the sea. Each surge appropriators businesses independently owned and operated Jack Taylor in the Traffic Center. It's a work So in Virginia and Maryland all across the Legion bridge is you leave the Clara Barton Parkway ended up toward the 2 70 spur. The mobile crew's gonna be along the left side of the roadway topside out of the pure good. No delay. 95 over toward Georgia Avenue to 70 was a little heavy south bound down near 109 and clear what we've got going on there. 95 in the Baltimore Washington Parkway, both looking good. Both ways between the bell waste 50 still in good shape between northeast in the Bay Bridge, but Westbound span does have the left lane blocked with two way preparation so far, maintaining two lanes east two lanes west Gambrills three, South bound Your 1 75 are broken down. Vehicle cleared. Your traveling is once again open in buoy Route three south bound south of 4 50 Annapolis Road that work stones in the right lane tractor trailer over the Guard rail in Charles County and Hughes Ville. I think you're under direction on Prince Frederick Road between Barney Drive and Maxwell Drive. Now a dump truck lost its tire in Virginia 66 Going west before the Fairfax County Park. Quite last heard it was in the right lane work in Tyson's on seven westbound west of the Dulles Toll Road. Hell to find 29 North bound up after summer, said crossing in Gainesville You've got apparently we've got accident activity authorities you're headed up near the Wa Wa dum Freeze Road north near many Ville Road, Manassas. We also had accident activity. Ah, late Delay Virginia into the district. 3 95 top and crossing the 14th Street Bridge onto the freeway east near Main Avenue. Last heard the center of the roadway was tied up left and right side we're getting by. There's also a delay in the district on I 2 95 headed north. The work sunup it, Malcolm X Avenue may have only a single lane Getting by Jack Taylor. W T. O P. Traffic are forecast now with Chuck Bell. Beautiful weather Coming your way for your Friday still a couple degrees cooler than average. The forecast high for your Friday is 73. The average for today's date is 76. Will make nine days in a row with temperatures cooler than average may break that streak tomorrow. Saturday. Mostly sunny, just a little bit warmer. Tomorrow's highs right around 76 to 77.
"appropriators" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Our cruisers. We have a backlog on ship repair and modification and upgrades. So you know, that would be economic boom, not only tow repair yards in San Diego like NASCAR, but also in Mississippi, and right here insurgent day if the Navy got creative, so there's a variety of things you could do. From a defense perspective that would have an incredible economic impact. Well, the reconciliation has to go through each committee and I'm wondering if House armed services has done so and whether or not You. You just pass out copies of Jerry Hendrix is to provide and maintain a Navy, his new short book that is a primer on where it could go. They should It's $1.9 Trillion. It's so staggering amount of money not to put anything into the defense space. I mean and and these air union jobs. That does the Democrats on the House armed services have no sway. Well, first, let me say Jerry's book should be required reading for every member of Congress in various distinct fashion. It lays out the case for Sea power and why you see power so integral and has always been integral to American defense. So it's Jerry's Listen. He should know that I have a heavily dog eared and highlighted and Marked up copy and I were he went to Purdue. He doesn't know how to work a radio. I know he knows how to build ships, but he went to produce. He doesn't the radio stuff just completely. But battles and but to provide and maintain, is a good book and anyone your Democratic colleagues would realize they're creating union jobs when they do shipbuilding and shipyards. There's also there's also since relative the $1.9 trillion. There's some very small investments you could make. That would have a huge impact. For example, in the last budget cycle, last appropriation cycle them rink or asked for $125 million for 48 Tomahawks. Ground based long range precision fires with your absolutely integral to achieving the commandant of the Marine Corps Vision for the future of the Marine Corps distributed teams of Marines doing see denial. In the end of Pacific region, you know, basically holding the PL a Navy at risk for very small amounts of money, while the appropriators in their infinite wisdom. Zeroed out this request for absolutely no reason at all. And so for a very small amount of money, we could make up that lost ground and provide the common out, which is what with one of his top Priorities and that would have a direct impact on our ability to deter the Chinese Communist Party. And again, it sounds crazy. $125 million is a lot of money, but Relative toe $1.9 trillion. It's, uh, it's loose change you might find in the couch. Well, can't you on armed services and Rob Wittman and other members get together with Ken Calvert is the senior Republican on appropriations on the defense side. And go together and say, Hey, look, you want a bipartisan fig leaf for your 1.9? Trillion will give it to you, if you will, if you'll give us attempt of it, 1/5 of it and put it into a our 20th of it and put it into the Philadelphia shipyard. Great Lakes Shipyard. These cruise missiles that you're talking about. Just give us a fig leaf to defend. Is there no way that that can happen? There is on DSM of those discussions are happening behind the scenes and I will say at the time of intense partisan division, at least when it comes to defense. We do have some some champions of Of sea power in particular, and Joe Courtney is a great advocate and we work very closely on a variety of issues. And Jim Langevin, who I've worked with on the Cyber Commission has been the leading proponent of getting some of the cyber money in there. And your buddy Senator King Angus King of Maine. He's one of the 50 votes. They got to get. And so he can have whatever he wants, right? Have you called him up and said Angus put the money in the budget. He's also married to a Packers fan, So his judgment is so he's been very probably been sleeping on the couch because he probably noted that they didn't go for on fourth down too many times. Yeah, well, you know, America Sometimes America needs a king. Uh, you know, despite despite our history, and that now is that time, but no. Hey, can have whatever he wants, right? He and Joe mentioned you are the most powerful men in Washington right now. But yes, And obviously, Angus feels very strongly about shipbuilding and about cyber and just about defense, United States so This is something we're gonna have to make a more concerted argument in a bipartisan argument Tol the appropriators because that's a lot of money. And I worry Hewas we've talked about before. We may not get many bites at the Apple when it comes to a higher top line for defense when it comes to maintaining the 3 to 5% real growth that multiple secretaries of defense have said is absolutely necessary for the survival. The United States is former secretary Mattis said. America can afford survival and in a constrained budget, environment, post pandemic and within a defense department that seems like it wants to prioritize. Um or domestic priorities, as opposed to Geo political priorities were going to be struggling over the next 2 to 4 years to make that case for Investing in defense. We're not only fixing our readiness crisis but realizing the military rebuild that we talked about, but never actually funded. Well, the next 2 to 4 weeks. Spends more than the top line increases total will be over the next 2 to 4 years. And so I I wish you luck in trying to get people to pay attention that quick question. Of their 1.9 trillion that I've seen the only thing I like. It's the $3000 per kid tax credit. It's the least bad amount of the spending. Are you in favor of that? Well, I actually think Senator Romney's proposal is a bit more creative because it's simultaneously sweeps away a lot of the existing outdated programs and credits the child tax credit. Can it earned income tax credit, so it's a meaningful bureaucratic. Consolidation, what the same time being a generous benefit for families and for kids. It's very creative and some of the most innovative policy making I've seen in the post. Trump environment from the GOP in a long time, So I'm actually talking with Senator Romney and his team right now about the House version of that bill, but it is encouraging to see Republicans get into that game and I salute him for that effort. I agree and and that, by the way, they ought to be willing to trade some minor tweaks to their proposal in order to get some Republican bipartisan support, because if you offered, they turned it down, we will have a story to tell of what they preferred, which was Bureaucracy and public employee unions, not defense and families, My Gallagher thank you, Congressman Remember fourth Down matters You want to tell the Packers that when you're in town, put up, put up a sign that says, Just go for it. That's all you need. Do is it put up that sign.
Congress seeks to avoid government shutdown in December
"Returned to Washington this week with a to do list that includes preventing a government shutdown. Congressional and White House negotiators have until December 11th to approve a government spending plan. During the Thanksgiving recess. Appropriator struck a tentative deal on top line funding numbers, but differences remain over specific programs and whether or not an emerging deal could also lead to a breakthrough. On long stalled coronavirus related economic stimulus. Top Republicans and Democrats say they prefer an omnibus of package funding all government departments to the fiscal year. Instead of a short term continuing resolution. Jared Halpern
"appropriators" Discussed on WTOP
"Appropriator struck a tentative deal on top line funding numbers, but differences remain over specific programs and whether or not an emerging deal could also lead to a breakthrough. On long stalled coronavirus related economic stimulus. Top Republicans and Democrats say they prefer an omnibus of package funding all government departments to the fiscal year instead of a short term continuing resolution. Jared Halpern. Fox NEWS. How's this for a razor thin margin? A Republican candidate is hanging onto a single digit lead in Iowa's second Congressional District after a recount in a race that will help determine the size of the Democrats majority in the House of Representatives. The Iowa Press citizen reports that Republican marionette Miller Meeks had just six more votes than Democrat read a heart after the recount wrapped up yesterday. President Trump's attempt to exclude people living in the country illegally from being counted in the 2020 census now heads to a Supreme Court showdown. Justices will hear arguments Monday over whether the Trump administration can remove for the first time millions of non citizens from the population count. It's an idea that has been rejected repeatedly by lower courts. But the Trump administration argues that both the Constitution and federal law allow the president to exclude illegal aliens from the apportionment count. Senses determines how many seats each state gets in the House of Representatives as well as the allocation of some federal funding My camp in Washington still ahead, We talk to an expert who breaks down the Corona virus vaccine candidates. It's 6 37 Way made us a insurance for busy moms like Kate. She's a veteran made of flexibility to balance work home and her hobbies from starting the work day to finishing her latest. Do it yourself Project. So when another car accidentally bumped into hers while she was running an errand. Kate didn't let.
"appropriators" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"L. Minneapolis two seven eight the U. S. fight against the corona viruses to Lisa Brady fox news president trump holds a news conference a little over an hour from now as Congress considers how much money is needed to protect Americans fox's Jared Halpern is live on Capitol Hill health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar says an administration request for emergency coronavirus funding is enough to contain and mitigate the virus spreading in the U. S. we have focused our two point five billion dollar requested HHS frankly on US preparedness and response to lawmakers from both parties have raised concerns about the total suggesting more funding is likely required top house Republican Kevin McCarthy says appropriators are considering a four billion dollar spending bill Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer once more than twice that amount proposing eight and a half billion dollars Lisa thanks share in Orange County California just becoming the latest to declare a health emergency to help fight the spread a federal appeals court in New York give the green light to the trump administration to force states to cooperate with immigration officials by withholding federal grants the decision by the second US circuit court of appeals overturned a lower court's decision ordering the administration to release funding to New York City in seven states the DOJ has told so called sanctuary cities and states that they must give federal immigration authorities access to jails and provide advance notice when someone in the country illegally is about to be released onto John decker at the White House this conflicts with other rulings on the issue and could end up before the U. S. Supreme Court reports of a possible shooting at the Miller cores campus in Milwaukee the brewing company police only confirming that they're responding to a critical incident they've not confirmed any details yet.
"appropriators" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Republicans. Can you just call Mitch McConnell and say, let's have coffee and talk about where things are going doesn't work quite that way. I don't drink that much coffee. Chocolate. Let's say or something like that. But gummy a regular conversation going on with the Republicans in the Senate or how does that work? Well, David just gave me FOX of chocolate as a welcoming guests. So I said to my kids, and I made my husband thought we just made him an agreement the other day if somebody gives you a box of chocolate. As an act of sincerity, you open it and start eating chopper, otherwise they think you're going to re gift it. Imagine chocolate. I just couldn't resist. It's one of my passions. I have a good rapport with a Senator leader McConnell because we were both appropriate as I said earlier probations and intelligence where to the committees. I was forged four when I had absolutely no intention of running for congress much less run for leadership. But I was fortunate as committees which in those days were very much bipartisan committees. And I do say left to their own devices the appropriators Canada, come to a solution. And they did in this Bill that the president recently, son. So Mitch and appropriate him. We have that. History. So we we we can get along. Even though we have our major difference years. You have been vilified by the Republicans and people on the right? And I think in the most recent campaign one hundred and thirty two thousand pads just using your name. So this is elevate.
"appropriators" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"He can say I tried my best the base, and it's an excuse. He has a foil, then it becomes like new back to drain the swamp more. So that we can actually make it happen semi backs and make me president again. So I can point even more judges. So they don't stop me. And so, you know, it just it it gives him an talking new talking point that he did everything in his power now with with the national emergency declared him attempting to do this on the wall. I is this the end of kind of big brings manship. Chip spending fights over over the next couple of years or are there? Just hurdle. More hurdles after hurdles laid out before us, just the first one. This is the first hurdle. And you know, interestingly this was supposed to be an easy hurdle. Yeah. I mean, appropriators Democrats and Republicans had come up with funding bills that they felt really comfortable with in late December. You know, Trump got talked onto the ledge by conservative commentators and some members of the house freedom caucus into. That's why you shut down the government back in December. But the the budget fights coming up, we'll be much worse. You know, you need the government needs to raise the debt. Limit. That's going to be epic. They need to deal with the budget caps. These are going to be much much bigger fights. I think because then you'll have, you know, Trump, Wayne and congress Wayne, and you fiscally concert fiscal conservative groups, people will be much less align. There'll be a lot of noise around that. And I think that they'll be much worse. Exciting. But it's also going to cause problems within the Republican party is going to create more cracks in the ideological foundation there because all of a sudden they've conceded on everything what does the party believe anymore? I thought that they were against the expansive executive use of executive authority that they were so pissed off about the Obama administration while turns out, no, they don't really care about that. They don't care about anything anymore. And also, you know during the Obama administration they were crowing about the size of the national debt. And how big it was. And how terrible it was that tax package that, you know, Republicans past blew a huge hole in the deficit. No one seems worried about that at all now that Republicans are in power. And so you know, that will be part of the president's budget that comes out, you know, he has to release his budget that will be part of the debt ceiling fight, you know, Republicans will get religion on fiscal restraint sometimes, but then other times when they've been in power. They just have blown up. Deficit. Well, it's really remarkable to have watched the president's chief chief budget adviser. I mean, I guess now he's chief of staff. Mick mulvaney. Right. But he he was the chief hellraiser on deficits and budget issues from the moment he walked in the door and in congress in twenty eleven right, Charlie. I don't understand how some of these people live with themselves and justify it. I mean for somebody who comes in is a hawk who obsesses over fiscal responsibility and discipline, and does it with great drama and flourish through other career them walk in and toss it all out the door. I don't know..
"appropriators" Discussed on CNN's The Daily DC
"I'm David jolly in the CNN political director today coming at you from Houston, Texas, and this is the daily DC. Thanks so much for listening today on the podcast. There's a deal, but it doesn't make the president happy. That is the first official reaction. We're getting from the president of the United States to the deal that has been hatched between Republican and democratic appropriators legislators both in the house and the Senate to keep the government funded through the rest of this fiscal year and avoid another government shutdown just three days from now the president's first reaction to this deal. I can't say I'm happy. I can't say I'm thrilled. This is after of course, Sean Hannity on Fox News called it a garbage compromise that any Republican who supports it will have to explain that's quite a different sound from Mitch MC. Connel the Senate majority leader who this morning was saying this is good news. And who was also in his comments, clearly pointing the president. If he would listen in a direction of how to claim this as a victory. That's what this is coming down to. So you hear the president in his words, and initial reaction giving voice to his conservative base. Not happy not thrilled. What you did not hear from the president. As of yet as I'm recording. This podcast is a threat to veto this a refusal to put his signature on it should indeed this compromise come to his desk in the form of legislation. Now, John Cornyn who was riding on the plane on Air Force One on the way back from Texas yesterday with the president also a little skeptical of how the president might respond. He interpreted the president's interpretation as thin gruel. So again, everything we're hearing all the tea leaves were reading is that the president is going to express unhappiness and discomfort with this deal. And why well because he didn't get what he wanted on the wall. I mean, the one point three billion in change for fifty five miles of fencing is not at all what he wanted. He was asking for five point seven billion four concrete wall initially. That's not what he's getting. He's not even getting the one point six billion that was agreed to back in December in a bipartisan fashion. He's getting less than that. And he shut down the government over that. So now he's getting less than that. But what is he getting? And this is what Mitch McConnell is pointing to he is getting funding for a barrier fencing, what have you he is getting border security barrier funding, and he made the Democrats completely backed down. From this notion of capping detention beds with an arbitrary number. They say with the stated goal of making sure that the detention beds were being used for criminals beyond the illegal crossing for violent criminals for other offenders and not for children or families who came into the country illegally. However, the Democrats completely folded on that for the most part so McConnell was also clearly making it his comments to the president make sure to acknowledge that he's sort of showing how to claim victory here. But what the president is doing in his reaction instead of taking a victory lap on getting the Democrats off their Mark on detention beds instead of claiming victory that he's getting some barrier funding here, despite the fact that Democrats had long said there would be no wall funding in the Bill. Instead what he's doing is allowing his base to know that he's very unhappy with this deal, but he's not refusing to. Sign it. And so once again, three days before shutdown all signs are pointing to avoidance of a shutdown and the president going along with this, and then perhaps taking some additional executive action. But the other point the president made in the cabinet room..
"appropriators" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And I think one side or the other has to back down in order for there to be a deal, and apparently that has happened again. But there are no details part of the story. Now, the president is at the border for a rally murderers and drug dealers and gang members MS thirteen in some of the worst people in the world coming into our country. And this is forming. Rally as Baidoa Roka's also holding a rally, and there's some unhappy voices in El Paso as well where the president is saying it. Well, it was very unsafe place before a wall. Something the congresswoman Veronica Escobar says is not true. It almost seems like the president had to say that we were once dangerous. In order to further. His narrative that immigrant communities are inherently bad again negotiated agreement. Principal hopefully, good enough to beat the deadline on Friday China developing sophisticated space capabilities that could be used as weapons against US satellites that is according to the US Pentagon, which says such Cape space capabilities satellite inspection and repair and debris cleanup could actually be cover up for a potential weapons and the EU mulling responses to allege cyber attacks by Chinese state link hacker group UK presenting evidence last month. And now the EU is looking at the potential of sanctions or a joint warning in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Add hang in there with me because I've got to an Edgerton the Bloomberg reporter from Washington live on the line from Capitol Hill on the latest developments with respect to house and Senate negotiators kind of reaching a deal in principle to avoid what would have been a second or perhaps could still be a second government shutdown deadline is Friday. And a pleasure to have you on the program. Philipson what you know so far. That's right. I just spoke with appropriators from both parties in both chambers. And they did say to have an agreement in principle. This is usually how rational negotiations work. They will work out the top line numbers. And then their staff will kind of iron out the details as allowing she is the top appropriate or Democrats in the house. And she said, she ran the steel pass Nancy Pelosi. Signed off on this Louis shitting Renan's any problems on a house. She said that she expects to have the actual legislative pets of deal by Wednesday. Now that means that the house would have to waive their rule that requires three days to review legislation before voted on. But I did speak with the rules chairman Jim McGovern, and she said that that's something. They would definitely do in this situation to avoid a shutdown. Let me let me ask you, do you. Do you think that President Trump is a wild card here? And is there any inkling of whether we know about wall funding. The president is always a wild card. I did ask that question to Richard Shelby. Top Senate Republican on the appropriations committee, and he said that he thinks White House is behind the deal. And I asked him how he knows that. He said from the latitude they've given us. So it does sound like the White House has backed off and said you led the appropriators work out what they can pass a tuba chamber, and the president will sign it as long as Republicans said that Republicans have both chambers have signed on as well. So that's the information that we have all we have been here before and the president scuttle the deal right before Christmas. But as of now all sides are good. It seemed like when it came to the number of immigration detention beds earlier. This was an immovable thing for the president would be kind of surprising. Wouldn't it not? I mean, if he were to give in on this. Point. What does it that's came up as an issue yesterday morning? And it was something that Democrats enlisted in their original offer last month that they want us to limit the number of fed sixty us for nonviolence nonviolence. Immigrants who are here illegally and the president had a seize on this irrational request or something that wasn't part of the originally though that it was it just wasn't feeling central figure with all the talk about the wall. So I don't think this is still breaker.
"appropriators" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"But clearly he envisions that as central to his political strategy interested. So I think that that is the context in which the speaking I understand I understand. But I do think that. We have said that we in the past have supported enhanced fencing and barriers wear appropriate particularly around our legal ports of entry, which as you know, are the areas where the overwhelming majority of drugs, I believe ninety percent or so of the fennel end or heroin seized in this country, come into legal ports of entry. So we've supported that in the past, and I would expect that that's something enhanced fencing that we would continue support moving forward where it makes sense in an evidence based fashion, and that seems to me to create some room to arrive at a bipartisan negoti, you're obviously carbonated the negotiations that are going on are you what your level of confidence that there will be some sort of agreement. The good news is that as it is often said, the three types of members of congress, Democrats Republicans in appropriators and right now, you've got appropriate. It is at the table who are used to striking bipartisan agreements, and I think chairwoman need a Lowy has expressed cautious optimism that if left to their own devices. Meaning if the president will accept the the deal. Well, if the president will accept the notion that as stewards of taxpayer dollars that's consistent with article one responsibilities. We're not gonna waste billions on what we are referring to as a medieval Boorda walk because that's a fifth century solution to a twenty-first-century problem if we're allowed to solve this with twenty first century border security, which could involve some degree of enhanced fencing, but more importantly, additional investments in personnel, particularly customs personnel. Digital investments in the coastguard. Additional investments in immigration. Judges was president has supported additional investments in the humanitarian and security situation in Guatemala. Honduras, and El Salvador, which the administration has supported and additional investments in technology like census Gannon's drones satellites. That's a lot to put on the table where there is real bipartisan agreement he in his language last night..
"appropriators" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mix of sun and clouds tomorrow, a high in the mid thirties then on Sunday, intervals of clouds and sun high around forty Monday, milder, sunny and cloudy with a high in the mid fifties. Or President Trump says efforts to have congress approved funding for a southern border wall appear to him to be a waste of time. So he now says there's a good chance he will declare a national emergency to have the military build the wall. The president calls. Democrats dishonest pointing to their past votes for fencing. They cannot justify not having a barrier between our country and Mexico. Mr. Trump says congress has already approved much of what he sought to build should be finished. What was the first to build a wall because we're building a lot of wall Democrats note, the funds approved to date have been dedicated to replacing or renovating existing fencing the president says there's a good chance he'll declare national emergency tap, the military, build the wall. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Plenty of reaction from the Massachusetts congressional delegation WBZ, Sheri, small reports, Massachusetts congresswoman democrat Lori Trahan says she's confident lawmakers can come to a deal on border security. She spoke last night on nightside with Dan Rae. The one thing I am optimistic about is when I see the conference and the people who have been delegated to that conference there. Appropriators right there. Experienced negotiators the third district. Freshman Representative says the shutdown took an extreme toll on federal workers. I do think that can never happen. It just can never happen again. Sheri, small WBZ. Boston's News Radio New jersey Senator Corey. Booker. The former mayor of Newark is throwing his hat into the twenty twenty democratic presidential ring CBS political analyst Ed O'Keefe says Senator Booker has his work cut out for him when it comes to making an appeal to blacks, Latinos younger voters, he's not going to be alone in that lane. There's two of them Eleni already in the race Kamala. Harris Julia Castro as well. And his Senate colleagues. Also, we'll try to make descriptive and detail oriented policy arguments as to why they should be in the race. Senator Elizabeth Warren says she will be making an announcement soon about her plans for twenty twenty Warren made the announcement via social media telling followers on make a big announcement about my twenty twenty plans on Saturday, February ninth Warren launched exploratory committee, president December thirty first saying she'd make her bid official at a later date in the weeks following she's visited the early primary states has her campaign team continues to grow in Iowa New Hampshire and that her national headquarters in Boston Bill Raikov CBS news. The Middlesex DA's office has teamed up with eighteen task force to create a new mobile app that addresses the issue of teen dating violence. WBZ's? Kim Tunnicliffe was there Wendy a Ryan unveiled the app at the boys and Girls Club of Wakefield developed by.
Conferees begin government funding talks - live updates
"The Bill that came out of the Senate appropriations committee this summer with bipartisan support had one point six billion dollars in funding. And it has things that they call barriers and the house appropriations committee which had a five billion dollar a slug of money for border security. Also, talked about barriers isn't necessarily the concrete wall that people have been talking about for a while. But appropriators have pointed out that we have how fencing we have had barriers in some places for a very very long time. And so it's really a lot about semantics and also about getting beyond barriers and talking about technology and talking about more personnel, and then Gration judges and support staff. Breath and places to accommodate people who are coming across the border. So there are a lot of different things. But appropriators wrote bills that dealt with a lot of these issues during the past year and the year before of course, and they know the issues, and they'll probably ready with a lot of different proposals to go over, and it won't be just wall that they're talking about or barrier. However, that's defined, but it will be a multifaceted thing. So is the wiggle room in these negotiations? And in the in these semantics to allow both sides to declare victory and move on. I'm sure that there will be and there may be something that can be described as barrier or wall that will set of satisfy the president. There was interesting talk this morning from Senator mansion talking about how maybe there would be a two year deal. Maybe they spread out that five point seven over two years. And then the president. Dan could claim victory on the other side could say that they held them to a certain amount in this fiscal year. And that it wouldn't all be wall. But there would be other aspects of border security like technology that both sides really support. So I think in the end they can come up with something that both sides will claim victory about if they don't the president maybe can declare victory in a different way. He could declare that national emergency to try to get access to federal funds that haven't been appropriated for this. Then it would go to court, and even if a court struck it down he could tell his face that he thought this fight, and he could blame it on the judges that he wants to replace that's bad another important priority for him. Donovan senior congressional correspondent at Bloomberg government. Thank you for watching it all for us coming up on Bloomberg politics, policy, power and law, more on the wall can't calm. Qualcomm antitrust case. But first, let's get back to let's dial up. Bob moon for dash. Okay. Thank you. Peter. And Nancy was just mentioning what you mentioned you had to say, we'll also bring you those remarks in just a moment.
The White House isn't ruling out another shutdown
"Who say the shutdown. She'd be taken off the tip. I'm not going to get into the hypotheticals of taking that off the table. Okay. So that's not down as is on the table. The president thinks the odds of no deal are are high higher than the odds of a deal. And it came on the day, we found out that it is costing nited states three billion dollars for the shutdown. That's according to the CBO and only twenty percent of Americans actually support shutting down the government again that is a bipartisan and overwhelmingly resounding statement people don't want it Kaitlan Collins out front of the White House tonight and Caitlyn that is the big question. The president dangling out there again. Right. Are we headed for another shutdown? Yeah. And that's really the question here. But what it's going to come down to Aaron his largely two things one. Whether or not those congressional negotiators can find a deal, not just finding a deal, but also one that could pass both chambers of congress and get the president's signature now as you noted in that Wall Street interview, Wall Street Journal interview, he expressed doubt that they could come to a deal, but the president isn't the only one who skeptical here because both sides have drawn these red lines not only the president saying he dealt take anything less. Than five point seven billion. But also with the house speaker Nancy Pelosi being on camera calling the wall and immorality now. The one bright spot that White House. Aides have looked at lately who's on this committee. That's trying to find a deal, and it's none of the hardliners mostly you see these appropriators here who are used to finding a compromise. And have said they would like to do. So for this. Now, if they don't Richard deal, and they don't reach one that either Nancy Pelosi lights or the president likes. Then the president has said that his top choice essentially here is to invoke a national emergency therefore bypassing congress to fund his border will. So that's the question here. One thing we did learn today. Erin is that the president will get the chance to make the argument for his border wall during that televised prime-time address during the state of the union, which is going to be one week after it was initially scheduled to happen. All right Caitlin. Thank you. Out front tonight democratic congressman Roque Khanna. He's a member of the house oversight committee. And I appreciate your time. Congressman look the president is putting the odds at less than fifty fifty that the bipartisan group of congressional negotiators will get a deal before there's another shutdown. So so he he has the odds for a shutdown where do you put them? Very discouraging. I think we can get a deal done. The Democrats are willing to fund border security. We're willing to fund smart border security, even give more than five point seven billion dollars. We would give ten billion dollars, but we're not going to get money for the fifteenth century idea for wall. And I think the president if he can move beyond his campaign promises could easily get a reasonable deal. So I in the interview of the Wall Street Journal, the president said he would not rule out another shutdown. Right. His quote, certainly an option. That's what he used to describe another shutdown. Now, look we we know from the most recent polls Americans overwhelmingly don't want that outcome. According to Monmouth, right? That is a bipartisan take from people in across the country. Do you believe the president will go ahead with another shutdown? Does he think that that's a real alternative? I don't for two reasons one. The polling showed that it was unpopular for him. But more importantly, his own economic advisor said that it was costing the country point one three percent of GDP every week. The president knows that he's nowhere. If this economy falls into recession or tanks. I just don't think he's going to take that kind of risk again. So when you talk about being willing to give something for border security, but not a wall at this is this is what it all comes down. To sometimes words are not just words. Sarah Sanders today was asked about it. She said that you all Democrats need to give something here. She is. They don't come back with the deal. That means Democrats get virtually nothing that will make the president and force him to have to take executive action. That does not give Democrats the things that they want. Will you vote for deal, congressman content? That includes some wall, I will not. And I think the president is miscalculating his odds on executive action. Let me Senator Rubio Senator blunt have said that they would not support the president in declaring a national emergency. And as you know, we could invoke section five of the national emergency act and the congress capacity joint resolution to overturn it. Now, it would require veto proof majority. But the question is whether Senator Rubio and blunt and others would stick to what they said they would do. Well, of course, Senator Graham has already said he supports a national emergency. I mean, I guess I guess the reality of it is are you willing to take one? Well, I would vote to overturn it. And I think it's clearly unconstitutional. I mean Harry Truman when he declared a national emergency to nationalize steel for the Korean war the court so that that was unconstitutional. So certainly this is not going to be a constitutional exercise of the president's power. But here's the point. We're all for reasonable border security in the president. If he just gets passed the wall, and if you'd thinks about what's commonsense can get a deal. I mean, people say well road, you have you have security in your own house. But I don't build a wall around my house. I have an alarm system, I represent Silicon Valley technology solutions that are effective. And my hope is the president will see that. Now, of course, the president points at communities, you know, whether it's a layer San Francisco anywhere across this country and says, well, they have walls to and in fact when he gave in here, right? No other word for it. Right. He caved and the government reopened, and he didn't get any money for his wall. At that time. He was slammed by his. Base for doing that. Here are a couple of people. He promised something for eighteen months. And he lied about it. She has just whipped the president of the United States. He just reversed himself. That's a victory for Nancy Pelosi. Okay. When he hears that from people that he cares deeply about. He cares. What they think about him. He cares that they reflect what he thinks his base wants, do you think that will make him dig in even more? He doesn't wanna look like a loser. Unfortunately, they're calling the shots. And this is the base that he thinks got him elected. But leadership is about convincing your base to do something that makes sense for the country. The president of everyone knows has a lot of loyalty from his base his poll numbers are through the roof still with that forty percent of the country that voted for him. I think if he turned to them and said, look, I'm going to getting border security. We're getting funding for smart border security, and it doesn't have to be about a fifteenth century. Well, I actually think the vast majority of his base would stay with him. So I think he is over relying on the end Coulter's and isn't doing what would. The vast majority of the country wants all right? Well, thank you very much. I appreciate your time tonight. 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"CBS Baltimore and wcbMcom. Money for the wall. I'm Chris foster, Fox News. President Trump meets with the top Democrats in congress this morning to talk about a deal to avoid a government shutdown at the end of next week, South Carolina. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told FOX's Maria Bartiromo, President Trump should fight for every border security dollar one point six is available to the president. He wants five ahead of a White House meeting with President Trump and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said the president should let congress work it out to their own devices. The appropriators can come to a good conclusion on Capitol Hill. Mike Emanuel, Fox News postponed for lack of support a vote in British parliament today on a plan for breaking up with the European Union. Prime Minister Theresa May's, he's already meeting with the Dutch prime minister in the Hague this morning to meet other European needed throughout the week and it bit to try to break the bricks deadlock that we saw chaotic scenes in parliament yesterday when she told members of parliament postpone. A crucial vote on the deal. Now, this vote was over the terms of ending the UK's relationship with your pain union that has become so controversial that it became apparent that British no makers would not approve it. Fox's could he Logan in London? The FBI helping to investigate the beating of a black DJ by several white people in Washington state. This homeless county sheriff's office says seven men and one woman were jailed. They're facing several charges including assault and hate crimes for the weekend attack. Investigators say the group tried to take over the DJ's equipment, then beat him while shouting racial slurs. Court papers say the group is linked to the area and brotherhood and several had traveled from other parts of the country to commemorate the fourteenth anniversary of a white supremacist. Leader's death. Fox is rich Denison five marines missing since a plane crash off Japan last week have been declared dead searches now called.
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"The central bank has issued appropriators and therefore lebanon is coping can cope with the sanctions whether they exist already all they voted later because talks of other rules so we are confident that our banking sector is managed the compliance wise is has made big progress and kevin remained integrated in the international financial world there was an agreement among investors and lenders alike that the current status quo is not sustainable in terms of policies how quickly can you push through deeper economic reforms structural reforms that are needed to really change the system and really save the longer term should reforms are needed they are necessary and the central bank has been advising the government to do these reforms they have to put the principles of thirty four but in the confidence of paris the government has committed to bring down the deficit compared to gdp by five percent in five years remittances from abroad the really critical to the lebanese economy what is it fifteen percent of gdp the positive girls have been quarter first quarter a one and a half percent which means i realize they are running at six percent which is for us a positive element the girls in these poses fishermen to fund the public and private sector the eurobond market which has seen a higher heels in the second market is undervalued today and the government don't intend to make new issues to the market they made the initial for the central bank and our intention is not to sell more than two billion dollars.
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"The appropriators are i'm not sure that's the way we do need icebreakers particularly when you look at what the russians are doing arctic right now minor standings we may have sent tom cotton up there to take care of that russian issue i don't know if the came back alive one can do it because but there's an old joke in congress that says yeah the people that are charged our staffers and appropriators which makes life very frustrating if you are an authorizer and i think the way that has evolved over time if you study cars as an institution is not entirely healthy part of getting back to regular order involves getting back to a system where you passed twelve separate appropriations bills that are based on authorizing bills prior to that i'm on one of the few committees left that actually does that on the armed services committee in the house and there's actually a great relationship between the authorizes and the appropriators and it's important that we worked to restore regular order now it does look to me like ninety five percent of the appropriation does follow what the authorisation required but there is this special sort of going away present to mississippi to cochran and i understand how congress works it doesn't upset me because we need the ships anyway generally speaking at the end of this process do you think we're on path to three v thirtyfive yet no i don't we had a hearing which is unfortunate we had a hearing yesterday with all the service secretaries there was some spirited exchange over the navy's thirty year shipbuilding plan which is you know doesn't get us to three hundred fifty five and then in the text of the planet self says that a plan that doesn't achieve the warfighting objectives and get three fifty five is unacceptable so one is left wondering how the navy would release a plan that called itself unacceptable so that's the problem now the navy would say any more money the defense industrial base handled through five i don't buy that argument or i was digest that it's it's chicken egg right if we don't have the navy saying this is the navy the nation needs which is their new terminology and three as we're calling it and this is what it's gonna cough it's hard for us on.
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"By the ad council another government shutdown looming could happen but government shutdown is triggered next friday night and they're still a lot of mystery about what a spending bill could ultimately include the appropriators still negotiating i'll leave it at that house speaker paul ryan earlier this week would not say a final bill could include daca fix for immigrants brought to the country illegally as children were border wall funding gop leaders are hoping to have a bill released by early next week with boats by wednesday in the house giving the senate's about two days to try and pass a measure before that friday night deadline on capitol hill jared halpern fox news soldiers have been hurt in an avalanche in vermont had happened during a training mission thursday three soldiers remain hospitalized they are expected to recover a judge has agreed to let five additional accusers of bill cosby testify at his april second sexual assault trial ruling by judge steven o'neill thursday a victory for prosecutors looking to portray the eighty year old comedian as one of hollywood's biggest serial predators cosby's first trial on sexual assault charges last year ended in a hung jury a man is fighting for his life after fighting over a parking space aggravated battery charges filed against morris ellis of alabama he's accused of severely beating sixty three year old danny pain in a dispute over a handicapped parking space paints family tells in atlanta tv.
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"The government on a path to three hundred fifty five ships in the navy and two years of a budget plan may ask you about the defense spending the president has got almost everything he campaigned on through your very significant congress whether it's tax reform justice gorsuch repeal the mandate the individual mandate nobody macaire regulatory roll back the pipeline it's all been done except the three hundred fifty five ship navy that he campaigned on is that common yet and it's coming that's indy what we call the ndf in the defense authorization military getting to wonky that's in what we call the nda the defense authorization bill but in order to get that you have to fund it this budget is is it's exactly the numbers in the defense authorization bill now there's some debate between the mac thornberry's and the the thad cochran said the world and the rodman's and dod over whether to invest in in our indian readiness versus building up capacity like your shipyards up in wisconsin but she actually the man that the congress decided that doesn't it that's utterly yugai and so rich whether you see the caucus going are they going to insist that we build up capacity well so you just described the people you just described were are the appropriations committee in the authorisation convey and so uh the armed services is really the committee that gives you the forwardlooking vision which is not just a one year thinking but but a multiyear plan and the appropriators fund military on an annual basis and so sometimes those those views can collide with one another but never before have i seen um them in more in sync than they are right now uh in the past i would see more friction between the annual appropriators in a long term planners i see very little daylight between those people so i think what you're gonna see hugh is a compromise in between these things and i believe the nda which pay granger who is the head of the appropriations committee she wrote erbil the annual appropriations to track with than the defense authorization bill with mexico and mary and it happens of two of them are very close friends are both texas congress people so k wrote her appropriation bill to match the nda so i think what you have here's a merger.
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"Intelligence committee on each side there's a staffer designated for east of intelligence agencies in this country intelligence committee chairman senator richard burr and i would dare say today that they know their particular portfolio of intelligence agencies as well as the employees that work inside that agency they're experts their task with a degree of knowledge and alert on top of that or fifteen members of the united states senate that the leadership on both sides have asked to spend countless hours behind closed doors is the vicechairman said typically in a bi partisan fashion to provide for every member and for the american people are certification that we agree with what the intelligence community is doing but it live within the letter of the law of that there is some congressional oversight on a constant basis in real time assuring members and the american people of that accuracy why would you take away the tools that we have to actually hold them accountable and i know that appropriators believed that this hinders their ability to spend money when we're in a continuing resolution period because uh of section 5 0 for um i'm not sure that i interpret it the same way that they do um just because of an executive branches asked for pot of money i've never considered that the committee could go in because of the amid disagreement with the way some of its being spent and alter that that altering means that on the part of fifteen members we have a hesitancy as to how it's being done murder the committee nuder oversight so at this time i would ask unanimous consent that the.
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"And again we camping equities lower little changed the sp down three down one tenth of one percent the ten year two point five six percent i'm charlie pellett and that nathan then peter is a bloomberg business flash all right thanks charlie pellett hey out remember earmarks the funding for local spending projects that used to be packed in the federal budgets before then house speaker john banner killed the practice in 2011 actually talked about getting rid of porkbarrel politics at the sepak conference the very next year now it's a lot harder to win votes when you don't have good is abaza and a lot harder than it used to be a part of its because the majority listened to the american people in mandera marks now now republicans say they are once again listening to the american people and could that mean earmarks make a comeback spring in the bloomberg governor congressional reporter who watches the sausage made more closely than just about anybody nancy salvage here with us in our bloomberg 991 studios in washington of course nancy was none other than president trump just yesterday bringing up the idea of a yeah maybe we should study this idea and bring back earmarks in some way and was fascinating that it just popped out of his mouth and you wondered how much conversation may be there might have been at camp david or elsewhere in the white house leading up to that yeah so what conversation her you hearing at this point well the appropriators are on the move they've got proposals bring on before the house rules committee may be a certainly us next week and that's to let them start earmarking again and congressman culbertson whose from houston who saw his city really devastated by hurricane last augustseptember wants to make it possible to go ahead and era mark a whole bunch of money that now the army corps of engineers has at their disposal and also transportation and infrastructure money the good old concrete and steel stuff that these guys like so much because then they can go to ribbon cuttings and they can really put out the press releases and it's something they can claim credit for that they've helped their districts but nancy uh as you know for some conservatives in congress this idea is a bridge to nowhere the phrase yes perry ahead that is a.
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"The mets to our own devices the appropriators democrats and republicans can work together to two heavy compromise which should do its when the poison pills come from on high that there's a problem on a legislative one in the preparations so we had those kind of sean say on occasions when it was a long needs and i was very proud of that the senate minority senate democratic leader chuck schumer he fits from new york to the pazner plus the president all right i was the right barataria democratic democratic leader in the house all right we will go basically we're in aden hit the third hour here when we come back we'll listen to more this this is extremely illuminating stuff in terms of how the leadership in the legislature is working with the president keep it here for more on boston herald radio interesting times daleh go it alone boston herald so interesting that was really yeah like thus around the corner chaos gorgeous season with splendid september negga market on sunday september twenty four two two wow stop boston herald morning meeting jacqueline cashman sure boston.