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Lawmakers Pass Pandemic Stimulus Bill and Debate Another

WSJ What's News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Lawmakers Pass Pandemic Stimulus Bill and Debate Another

"A four hundred eighty four billion dollar stimulus. Bill is now on the way to the president with a signature expected today. The bill includes more money for small business relief and aid for hospitals and Testing House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi today was historic day for us to once again path are now fourth bipartisan legislation to address Corona virus crisis. We're very pleased with the vote. Three eighty eight to five the owner of Ruth's Chris. Steak houses says it is refunding twenty million dollars in money from a previous pandemic stimulus package. The Treasury Department has asked publicly traded companies to return funding from the program following criticism from small independent businesses. That they missed out on the last round of aid. The new money isn't even out the door and lawmakers are already debating what's needed next among Democrats Republicans and the trump administration. There are sharp differences. Over what should be in the package and whether another package is even needed are Jalen spoke to journal Congressional reporter Natalie Andrews. Democrats wanted to get more money for states and local municipalities that have been affected by the pandemic into the bill that passed on Thursday. They were unsuccessful in negotiating that. And we'll definitely be pushing for it in this in any sort of future legislation. That is a sticking point Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority Leader has said that he would support changes in federal law to allow states to file for bankruptcy instead of necessarily giving more money adding more money to the deficit. The governors have loudly disagreed with that Maryland. Governor Larry Hogan who is a Republican and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo a Democrat have said that they believe that there needs to be five hundred billion dollars to cover. The costs for states states are really facing just enormous cost. They're responding to the pandemic while also looking at unemployment in their states and so they're losing the tax revenue that they usually depend on to provide for services such as first responders Many states have pension systems that they need to fund. Those are all suffering right now with the next potential stimulus. Bill include more payments to tax payers. Nancy Pelosi win. I spoke to her on Wednesday said that she does see a need for more direct payments to individuals some other lawmakers have also called for that as well and there's also some perhaps more creative proposals out there than just a straight check. Some people are calling for some sort of paycheck guarantee in order to allow people to continue receiving the money that they have been making so I would imagine that if the next bill heats up and if economy is still in the same place that will definitely be part of this conversation and you know a fourth phase of stimulus would create an interesting scenario where the White House is at odds with Senate Republicans true. The White House has put out a list of things they're looking for. The president sent a tweet a few days ago. That had a whole list of things including infrastructure We interviewed House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday. She said she thought infrastructure was for down the road that right now. The legislation needed to focus on mitigation. But she did say that. There are certain things infrastructure wise that the pendulum is highlighting such as the need to expand broadband access in rural areas with so many people working from home and kids trying to do school at home. It really shows that there are limitations to access and broadband. She also talked about the need for clean water so there could be some consensus between the president and Speaker Pelosi and not necessarily Senate Republicans who are not wanting to spend more money that was Natalie Andrews speaking with chair Waylon new reporting

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Moderate Democrats Stress Over Crowded Center Lane

Jim Bohannon

03:19 min | 1 year ago

Moderate Democrats Stress Over Crowded Center Lane

"Democrats in search of a centrist nominee to challenge president trump are increasingly worried after contests in Iowa and New Hampshire consolidated liberal support behind Bernie Sanders and divided the larger moderate vote among multiple candidates we won the popular vote in Iowa we won the hi merry in the Hampshire all don't tell anybody keep a big secret but I think we'll get wet and give out as well last night on Telemundo meanwhile the parties the center lane is crowded with the rising people to judge along with any clover shar and Joe Biden looming in the March third super Tuesday states and beyond is Mike Bloomberg but we buy campaign spending that dwarfs all his opponents combined it's a story by Natalie Andrews reporter at the Wall Street journal Natalie what are you hearing we are watching Bernie Sanders do well in the primary elections and then hearing from Democrats who captains of the centers of moderate getting increasingly worried they sell like the reason why Democrats rebel take the house majority and win in many areas that trump also won was because they position themselves the centrists and so they're worried about having to campaign with someone they like Bernie Sanders rates are to set up a lot of vulnerable freshmen Democrats or texting anxiously what's this scenario that that that at least one of them was referenced they worry that Bernie Sanders who calls himself a democratic socialist they worry that that will lend themselves to attack that they're also socialist and that they're running the party has selected someone who enjoys that term versus many centrist Democrats that the entire time in Congress trying to distance themselves from the social Schirmer accusations that they're liberal or things like that they're trying to and it didn't the worry that bring her I tell you reference to there are concerns and this is with deep this would be looking way forward that at the top of the ticket potentially in a general election in November would be Mister Sanders very far ahead and there's only two condos but people get nervous so what can be done I think you would you said the didn't somebody called like a some consultant and said I'd away trying to casually back out of my endorsement of Mr Biden switch over yeah I know that people are calling their talking their political games one thing we have seen is that we've seen several house Democrats started back Bloomberg and they see a former mayor Bloomberg has really this solution who could to kind of get some Democrat collapse around them part of the problem with not having a centrist candidate win in the past to contest because there's quite a few candidates who are in the center lane it's not that there isn't just one that people can run too so you have keep your kids are Joe Biden and Mike Bloomberg and so that is part of the problem and now that we are seeing I've talked to several house Democrats who say they want to coalesce around the Bloomberg he is building an infrastructure that they really like and frankly I think some of them see if they can take out their position with someone who is trying to cast himself in the center that that might help them at the end up competing with someone else

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Senate defeats motion to call witnesses in Trump impeachment trial

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

Senate defeats motion to call witnesses in Trump impeachment trial

"A fifty one forty nine split. The Senate has blocked emotion to subpoena new witnesses in the impeachment trial. The trial is now in recess. Senator Susan Susan Collins and Mitt Romney were the only Republicans to cross party lines and vote in favor of hearing witnesses. After days of arguments and questions from senators a vote on whether to acquit president trump is still outstanding to discuss where things go from here as Wall Street Journal reporter Natalie Andrews from the capital Natalie. Now that this motion the Senate has failed to pass. What's next Senate leader Mitch? McConnell and Chuck Schumer are working to negotiate some sort of resolution to end and the trial would democrats have power right now. They have leverage to bring in a lot of motions which could result in a late Friday nights and given the partisan nature of the Senate. Most of the motions aren't likely to pass so Mitch. McConnell is trying to negotiate a deal that gives Democrats something they want on timing and also oh results in Democrats yielding. Maybe on the floor control that they that the resolution gives them Hong Timeframe. Are we talking about potentially aides. It's around the Senate and senators themselves seemed to be thinking that the trial will end on Wednesday. The schedule that has kind of been pitched to them would be that Monday in Tuesday could be speeches. The senators could give up about the trial on the floor and then the final vote could be Wednesday but that is not set again. That is why the leaders are shading. Isn't the mood likely to become more partisan than ever. Now that this vote has been taken again. It was very interesting to see the reasoning of that. A lot of senators put out about why they opposed the witnesses. Senators like we. We him Kawasaki. Who is considered an unknown possible? Swing vote. She said that she didn't have confidence. That Congress could give the president of fair trial so she was was voting to end the trial early by not voting to bring in new witnesses and information. She's a member of Congress so for her to acknowledge that Congress can't give the president a fair trial. It's striking Republican. Senators have acknowledged. The president has done some wrong. Doing but say the impeachment will be harmful for the country or that. The offense doesn't rise missile of impeachment. So certainly the reasons that we're seeing on. Why Republicans want to end? This trial are broad and speak to the partisan. Addison divides in the country out of the timing work. And all this there are a lot of things happening over the next week What were the state of the Union speech and campaigning? Having vote on Wednesday means that you could break in Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders Mea Culpa. Michael Bennett all presidential candidates will probably go to Iowa this weekend and campaign. Because they're looking at the Iowa caucuses on Monday and then you would have Donald. Trump's stated union speech each which is scheduled for Tuesday and then acquittal. Vote or vote that will likely end in acquittal of the president on Wednesday so pretty big weaken American politics next week. We're looking at

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Pelosi Is Ending 2019 On A High Note

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05:33 min | 1 year ago

Pelosi Is Ending 2019 On A High Note

"Nancy Pelosi locie has invited president trump to give the state of the Union address next year and his accepted the invite came one day after Mrs Pelosi indicated that she would delay sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate. The speech on February fourth could potentially come during the Senate's impeachment trial. It's been a roller coaster. Year for Speaker Pelosi. She began in two thousand nineteen facing criticism from within her own party. From some who said the Democratic Party needed new leadership but she's ended the congressional year with almost full support from her party for the historic impeachment of president trump. The Wall Street Journal's Natalie Andrew spoke with Speaker Pelosi a day after that vote at. She's here to talk with us now. Natalie really what difference. Twelve months make house speaker. Nancy Pelosi started two thousand nineteen and position. That seemed to be more tenuous than it stands at the year's end would you agree agree with that. She was narrowly elected as house speaker. And really when the day after Democrats took the majority last year there there is a discussion about whether or not she could get the votes. She was very confident she never actually had challenger emerged so that certainly helped but there were a lot of calls for new leadership at the beginning of the year and that is something that has completely quieted talk about her accomplishments over the past year. Well Democrats will tell you. They've passed more than four hundred pieces of legislation. A lot of that is sitting on Mitch. McConnell's desk it's not something that the Republican led Senate agrees with really were Nancy. Pelosi has shown was her ability to be a bridge between the centrist interest members of your caucus and the more progressive members who want to pull legislation to the left She's been able to negotiate quite a few deals in which almost uniformly the caucus votes for legislation. Perhaps an example would be bill last week that intended to lower the cost of prescription drugs trucks. How confident is Mrs Pelosi of Democrats hanging onto the House majority? We interviewed her Thursday and she said she was very confident. She pointed to a few things. Nancy Pelosi is of all things very politically minded. She's always thinking about the politics of what she she does. And she said that with the president's approval rating under fifty percent. She was very confident. She also said that she had looked republican recruits instead. She didn't see much of a team coming from their side and she said that she thought Mr Trump would be preventing republicans. Who could win in swing districts from running because they're not enthused to run on the ballot as a president whose approval rating is under fifty fifty percent? So what's the next step for her. Isn't she. In a pitched battle with Senate leader Mitch Mcconnell over the upcoming Senate trial of the now impeached president trump. Certainly we're going to see Nancy. Pelosi push leader McConnell along with We expect Chuck Schumer to be very involved in this process as well. She wants what what she calls a fair trial and that's what she's looking for which he sees his negotiating. Power is when she sends over the articles of impeachment and she will do that in the New Year that house already drunk for the year and she says that she was just waiting to see what the Senate sets when we interviewed her. She said she wanted to know. Oh with the rules of the Senate would be so that she can determine how to put together the managers who will run the trial but it is an interesting point of kind kind of leverage. Does she get to hang this over the Senate's head. They could know that these articles are coming over any time. And how does the Republican Senate React Act when they don't really want to do this anyway so it's unclear. How much leverage that gives her? Isn't she in sort of an ironic position. She long resisted calls to impeach president trump until fairly early recently and now she commands great respect over how he's handled impeachment. This is not something that Speaker Pelosi wanted to do. I've covered the speaker for several years and she in the minority and in the major majority has said several times how she resisted calls to impeach President Bush when she was speaker then and while certainly there was not the same volume then as there was president trump. She was proud of that. She was proud of what she was able to get done in a bipartisan. Partisan manner with President Bush and she really hoped that she could work with the president in fact even when we interviewed her on Thursday. When I asked her what legislative priorities she had for the next year she said she wanted to send an infrastructure package to president trump and the maybe they could work with the White House and last time the White House went to try to meet with President trump over infrastructure? It was a meeting that completely blew up so she is ever the optimist that she can try to get bipartisan legislation data. But we'll certainly be watching in the new year to see if it can happen and again. She is confident about how selections next year even in the face of impeachment or on the heels of impeachment. Yes I asked her. Given the events of the past few months impeachment appeasement. They've just passed a trade deal this week. That moderate Dems were excited about. There's a slew of things. The Democrats have done. What was her position on whether or not Democrats? Let's keep the majority. And she said she was confident.

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Official, Miller And Muller discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

Official, Miller And Muller discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"The house Judiciary Committee has subpoena to former trump associates as it continues to look into whether the president's obstructed justice relative to the special counsel Robert bottles Russia probe Natalie Andrews is a reporter with the Wall Street journal it's two names that should be familiar and took him to people who followed the twenty sixteen campaign a Corey Lewandowski who was the campaign manager for a short time and then Mister rich Dearborn who was in a top official in the White House when trump first took office so these two people are quoted extensively through the Muller report both talked to the Miller team and are part of it and danske who is from New Hampshire is hinted that he's considering a challenge to New Hampshire democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen next

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After Mueller, Democrats Continue Trump Investigations

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03:02 min | 2 years ago

After Mueller, Democrats Continue Trump Investigations

"Are pushing for the full release of special counsel Robert Muller's report and additional material from the nearly two year investigation. Joining me now via Skype from the capitol building in Washington with more details on what comes next is Wall Street Journal reporter, Natalie Andrews, Natalie as expected releasing the conclusions of this report has kicked off a battle for the release of the full report and other details we're hearing from a lot of prominent Democrats since the release of the conclusions on Sunday, tell us more about the reactions to those conclusions, which we should note were summarized by attorney general William bar. Democrats definitely want to see the full reports. They want to hear it in molars words, which is important because they have a little bit of distrust for a trade general bar to say the least. So they really wanna see what Muller's conclusions were from heaven himself and that pertains to the obstruction of Justice and the interaction with. The Trump campaign and Russia, what investigations are Democrats expected to continue in the coming days and weeks, we heard from Representative Jerry Nadler, for example, about lines of inquiry. They might be exploring. Yeah. We're still waiting to see Congress's just coming back from being out for a week. And we're still waiting to see how this affects what their next investigations are. Surely, they will go for the full report in terminology has said that he will do subpoenas. If necessary to get the report, we don't know how this will change with the intelligence committee was going to do they were wanting to investigate further Trump campaign involvement with Russia. If and we don't know if they will then take more as word or not the oversight committee is looking at seen various events security clearances voting rights. They're looking at things that the Trump administration has done. And so. Those investigations would likely continue. I'm curious what we're hearing from democratic presidential hopefuls. Are we seeing any kind of split between who is calling for full release of this report versus those who may be trying to move away. From this issue now that the conclusions from attorney general bar have been made public. It does seem that much. Everyone wants to see the full reports. But Democrats did not win the house majority by campaigning on Donald Trump and Russia, they really tried to push it aside. And so you're seeking comments like mayor Pete futa judge said to MSNBC over the weekend that people should stay focused and focused on issues impact people's lives every day and people don't believe that they're going to win the twenty twenty campaign by focusing on Muller investigation. They really believe that they can win a need to by talking about the economy and Donald Trump's. Policies. And so this may give them a little bit of a break

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:26 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So the national highlighted this in the story, but it's not like the guess of every day lawmaker are going to get hundred hundred but the women who were invited both works for Donald Trump as undocumented immigrants, which is interesting that they'll be in the room but wall Donald Trump, their former boss is going to be speaking about cracking down on immigration. So it is newsworthy in it is getting some attention. They one of the women after a story came out last year, south working at the resort. So that's going to get some attention. And it will be interesting that they're in the room with their former boss did he actually hire them? We don't know how involved on one of the women to work directly with him and cleaned his room and had interactions with the president. But we don't know if he hired the story by the New York Times talked about how they were able to get documentation and things like that that misled fficials on what their status was. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, she's written piece entitled state of the union address will reflect immigration split you reference too in the story of this history of inviting guests like these folks explain. Yeah. President since Ronald Reagan have invited guests where they have a moment of calling them out in the gallery at usually highlights some sort of accomplishment or position that they support. So it goes back to Reagan where he invited a man who rescued a woman who had gone into the Potomac, and he uses this kind of a way to highlight American exceptionalism service and things like that. And then since then presidents have done it. The first lady will say in the box with these people and in the past. I remember I was in the room last year and Donald Trump would reference his guests and these guests receive standing ovations from both sides of. People who had lost family members for various things or veterans things like that. Where? It can say a universal applause or maybe partisan. We don't guests are this year. Twice Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, fourteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTRH

"As the partial government, shutdown approaches a fourth full week, some House Democrats have grown concerned by what they see as the absence of a clear strategy from party leaders over how to end it Wall Street Journal reporter, Natalie Andrews system, newly elected Democrats are increasingly frustrated that they're taking complaints from angry constituents without having a map del plan to end the partial shutdown Natalie. What are you hearing these are Democrats who just flipped district where Republican held on? So there they know that they have Republicans in their districts who do support the president. And a lot of them are wanting to see more negotiations. However, they are still supporting leadership there's just some ongoing meetings between these freshmen who just got to congress entered congressman shut down which has never happened that a new session of congress started in a partial shutdown and now they're faced with complaints from constituents. They aren't getting paid that aren't getting the services they're used to. So these are largely Yong energetic. New lawmakers who want to be able to put on the resume or their stamp on one hundred sixteenth congress like we got this done. But. Shake things up. Voting on spending bills and trying to open a government. All right. So at this point or the they're being told, hey, we are not in a negotiating period right now. Because we have to be firm about no all is that what they're being told. Well, Donald Trump supposedly tried to meet with some Democrats. But no Democrats actually went to the White House who these lawmakers wall new and while frustrated are saying United. I'm willing to see how this plays out. I thought it was curious to that some of them complained about the lack of messaging, and then the organizers or leaders said well, not everybody's got their Email set up. Those kind of weird. I mean, new congress has growing pains like any new employee and these new members say come in, and they have to get it home office set up and higher communications people and hire a chief of staff and not all of them are up to speed on doing that. They've never done this before. And so you do have some typical HR issues that would come with any job, except this is as a member of congress. And so yeah, the Pelosi and found that they weren't that. These new lawmakers weren't even receiving the communications from leadership. So no wonder they felt like they were in the dark. Do they see themselves as as a unified body themselves? And maybe they would go a different route than say current veteran leadership of the Democratic Party. It is typical for incoming classes of lawmakers to kind of form a bond since they go to orientational together. They also elect class presidents and some of those bonds first decades, you'll often talk to a seasoned lawmaker and he'll reference his classmates and how they both started in congress the same year. So these are people that will possibly team up on legislation, but there's enough of the ideological gap there, but I wouldn't expect somebody to like bond together and always agree on things. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled wall impasse frustrates many newly elected House Democrats about the the semantics of it all border wall border security funding that was you know, Okay'd years ago versus funding. That's not being okay now. Well, it's hard to say, I think. Some Democrats can point to pass votes in which they thought they were. Well, they were voting for more money to go to structured on the border. There were also a lot of those immigration bills had. Money for other things in there that are democratic supported ideas. So you might have Republicans have pointed to this like, oh Chuck Schumer supported a border wall funding. Well, in that vote one of those votes that they point to was immigration reform. It's a whole. And so we are seeing new lawmakers say no money for the wall nothing, but we know comprehensive immigration deal coming forward to see what people might be willing to negotiate on Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrus, fourteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Seven. Let's be partial government shutdown approaches a fourth full week some House Democrats have grown concerned by what they see as the absence of a clear strategy from party leaders over how to end it Wall Street Journal reporter, Natalie Andrews system, newly elected Democrats are increasingly frustrated that they're taking complaints from angry constituents without having a mapped out plan to end the partial shutdown Natalie. What are you hearing are Democrats, you just slipped district where Republican held until they're they know that they have Republicans in their districts who do support the president? And a lot of them are wanting to see more negotiations. However, they are still supporting leadership there's just an ongoing meetings between these freshmen who just got to congress entered congress in the shutdown which has never happened that a new session of congress in a partial shutdown and now they're faced with complaints from constituents. The aren't getting paid that aren't getting the services they're used to. So these are largely young energetic. New lawmakers who want to be able to put on the resume or their stamp on one hundred sixteenth congress like we got this done. But. Shake things up, but they've had their voting on spending bills and trying to open a government. All right. So at this point or the they being told, hey, we are not in a negotiating period right now. Because we have to be firm about no all is that what they're being told. Well, Donald Trump. Supposedly tried to meet with some Democrats. But no Democrats actually went to the White House who. Lawmakers wall. New and wall frustrated are saying United and willing to see how this plays out. I thought it was curious to that some of them complained about the lack of messaging, and then the organizers are leaders said well, not everybody's got their Email set up those kind of weird. I mean, new congress has growing pains like any new employees and him. He's new members they come in. And they have to get it whole office set up and higher communications people and hire a chief of staff and not all of them are up to speed on doing that. They've never done this before. And so you do have some typical HR issues that would come with any job except this as a member of congress. And so yeah, the policy and found that they weren't that. These new lawmakers weren't even receiving the communications from leadership. So no wonder they felt like they were in the dark. Do they see themselves as as a unified body themselves? And maybe they would go a different route than say current veteran leadership of the Democratic Party. It is critical for incoming classes of lawmakers to kind of form a bond since they go to orientation together, they also elect class presidents and some of those bonds gay for decades, you'll often talk to us heathens lawmaker reference his classmates and how they both started in congress the same year. So these are people that will possibly team up on legislation, and but there's enough of the ideological gap there, but I wouldn't expect. To like bond together and always agree on things. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled wall impasse frustrates many newly elected House Democrats, how about the the semantics of it all border wall border security funding that was you know, Okay'd years ago versus funding. That's not being okay now. It's hard to say, I think that some Democrats can point to pass votes in which they thought they were. Well, they were voting for more money to go to structured on the border. There were also a lot of immigration bills had. Money for other things in there that are democratic supported ideas. So you might have Republicans appointed to this like, oh Chuck Schumer supported a border wall funding. Well, in that vote one of those folks that they point to was emmigration reformers, and so we are seeing new lawmakers say no money for the wall. Nothing that we. No comprehensive immigration deal coming forward to see what people might be willing to negotiate on Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrus, fourteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Twenty four.

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

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04:20 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Democrats have grown concerned by what they see as the absence of a clear strategy from party leaders over how to end it Wall Street Journal reporter, Natalie Andrews system, newly elected Democrats are increasingly frustrated that they're taking complaints from angry constituents without having a map del plan to end the partial shutdown Natalie. What are you hearing are Democrats who just flipped district where Republican held on? So there they know that they have Republicans in their districts who do support the president and a lot of them are wanting to see more negotiation. However, they are still supporting leadership there's just an ongoing meetings between these freshmen who just got to congress entered congress in the shutdown which has never happened that session of congress partial shutdown, and now they're faced with complaints from constituents aren't getting paid that aren't getting the services they're used to. So these are largely. A young energetic. New lawmakers who want to be able to put on the resume or their stamp on hundred sixteenth congress like we got this done, but congress shake. Shake things up. Spending bills and trying to open a different. All right. So at this point they being told, hey, we are not in a negotiating period right now. Because we have to be firm about no all is that what they're being told. Well, Donald Trump supposedly tried to meet with some Democrats. But no Democrats actually went to the White House. Lawmakers wall new and while frustrated are saying United. Willing to see how this plays out. I thought it was curious to that some of them complained about the lack of messaging, and then the organizers or leaders said well, not everybody's got their Email setup. That was kind of weird. I mean, new congress has growing pains like any new employees and these these new members they come in. And they have to get home office set up in higher communications people and hire a chief of staff and not all of them are up to speed on doing that. They've never done this before. And so you do have some typical HR issues that would come with any job except this as a member of congress until. Yeah, the Pelosi and Hoyer found that they weren't that. These new lawmakers weren't even receiving the communications some leadership. So no wonder they felt like they were in the dark. Do they see themselves as as a unified body themselves? And maybe they would go a different route than say current veteran leadership of the Democratic Party. It is typical for incoming crosses the lawmakers to kind of form a bond since they go to orientation together, they also elect class presidents and some of those bonds. I decade you'll often talk to a lawmaker and he'll reference his classmates and how they both started in congress the same year. So these are people that will possibly team up legislation, and there's an ideological gap there, but I wouldn't expect somebody to like bond together and always agree on things. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled wall impasse frustrates many newly elected House Democrats, how about the the semantics of it all border wall border security funding that was you know, okayed years ago versus funding. That's not being okay now. Well, it's hard to say, I think that some Democrats can point to pass votes in which they thought they were. Well, they were voting for more money to go to structured on the border. There were also a lot of immigration bills had. Money for other things in there that are democratic supported ideas. So you might have Republicans appointed to this like, oh Chuck Schumer supported a border wall funding. Well, in that vote one of those folks that they point to was immigration reform as a whole, and so we are seeing new lawmakers say no money for the wall. Nothing that we. No comprehensive immigration deal coming forward to see what people might be willing to negotiate on Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, fourteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Twenty four.

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"As the partial government, shutdown approaches a fourth full week, some House Democrats have grown concerned by what they see is the absence of a clear strategy from party leaders over how to end it Wall Street Journal reporter, Natalie Andrews system, newly elected Democrats are increasingly frustrated that they're taking complaints from angry constituents without having a map del plan to end the partial shutdown Natalie. What are you hearing these are Democrats who just flipped district where Republican held until they're they know that they have Republicans in their districts who do support the president? And a lot of them are wanting to see more negotiations. However, they are still supporting leadership there's just an ongoing meetings between these freshmen who just got to congress entered congressman a shutdown which has never happened that a new session of congress started in a partial shutdown and now they're faced with complaints from constituents aren't getting. That aren't getting the services they're used to. So these are largely young energetic. New lawmakers who want to be able to put on the resume or their stamp on one hundred sixteenth congress like we got this done. But. Shake things up. They've they're voting on spending bills and trying to open government. All right. So at this point of the they're being told, hey, we are not in a negotiating period right now. Because we have to be firm about no all is that what they're being told. Well, Donald Trump supposedly tried to meet with some Democrats. But no Democrats actually went to the White House. So these lawmakers wall new wall frustrated are saying United. Willing to see how this plays out. I thought it was curious to that some of them complained about the lack of messaging, and then the organizers or leaders said well, not everybody's got their Email said that was kind of weird. I mean, new congress has growing pains like any new employees and the new members they come in. And they have to get it whole office set up and higher communications people and hire a chief of staff and not all of them are up to speed on doing that. They've never done this before. And so you do have some typical HR issues that would come with any job, except this is as a member of congress. And so yeah, they Pelosi and found that they weren't that. These new lawmakers weren't even receiving the communications from leadership. So no wonder they felt like they were in the dark. Do they see themselves as as a unified body themselves? And maybe they would go a different route than say current veteran leadership of the Democratic Party. It is critical for incoming classes of lawmakers to kind of form a bond since they go to orientation together, they also elect class presidents and some of those bonds day first decades, you'll often talk to a seasoned lawmaker and he'll reference his classmates and how they both started in congress the same year. So these are people that will possibly team up on legislation, and there's enough of the ideological gap there that I wouldn't expect some of the makers to like bond together and always agree on things. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled wall impasse frustrates many newly elected House Democrats about the the semantics of it all border wall border security funding that was okayed years ago versus funding that's not being okayed now. Well, some it's hard to say, I think that some Democrats can point to pass votes in which they thought they were. Well, they were rooting for more money to go to structured on the border. There were also a lot of immigration bills had. Four other things in there that are democratic supported ideas. So you might have Republicans have pointed to this like, oh Chuck Schumer supported a border wall funding. Well, in that vote one of those votes that they point to was immigration reform. And so we are seeing new lawmakers say no money for the wall. Nothing that we. No comprehensive immigration deal coming forward to see what people might be willing to negotiate on Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrus, fourteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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WTMJ 620

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"As the partial government, shutdown approaches a fourth full week, some House Democrats have grown concerned by what they see as the absence of a clear strategy from party leaders over how to end it Wall Street Journal reporter, Natalie Andrews system, newly elected Democrats are increasingly frustrated that they're taking complaints from angry constituents without having a mapped out plan to end the partial shutdown Natalie. What are you hearing these are Democrats who just flipped districts where Republican held until they're they know that they have Republicans in their districts who disappeared the president. And a lot of them are wanting to see more negotiations. However, they are still supporting leadership there's just some ongoing meetings between the freshmen who just got to converse entered congress down which has never happened that a new session of congress started in a partial shutdown, and now they're case with complaints from constituents aren't getting paid. That aren't getting the services they're used to. So these are largely young energetic. New lawmakers who want to be able to put on the resume or their stamp on one hundred sixteenth congress. We got this done, but congress and shake things up voting on spending bills and turn to open a government. Right. So at this being told, hey, we are not in a negotiating period right now. Because we have to be firm about no all is that what they're being told. Well, Donald Trump. Supposedly tried to meet with some Democrats. But no Democrats actually went to the White House. Lawmakers wall new and wall frustrated are saying United. I'm willing to see how this plays out. I thought it was curious to that some of them complained about the lack of messaging, and then the organizers are leaders said well, not everybody's got their Email kind of weird. I mean, new congress has growing pains like any new employees and the new members they come in. And they have to get an whole office set up in higher communications people and higher chief of staff and not all of them are up to speed on doing that. They've never done this before. And so you do have some typical HR issues that would come with any job accept this. As a member of the Pelosi and Hoyer found that they weren't that. These new law makers weren't even receiving the communications from leadership. So no wonder they felt like they were in the dark. Do they see themselves as as a unified body themselves? And maybe they would go a different route than say current veteran leadership of the Democratic Party. It is typical for incoming crosses the lawmakers to kind of form a bond since they go to orientation together, they also elect class president and some of those bonds. Day for decades, you'll often talk to a season lawmaker and he'll reference his classmates and how they both started in congress the same year. So are people that will possibly team up on legislation, and but there's enough of the ideological gap there, but I wouldn't expect to like bond together and always agree on things. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled wall impasse frustrates many newly elected House Democrats about the semantics of it all border wall border security. Funding that was OK'd years ago versus funding. That's not being okayed now. Well, some it's hard to say, I think that some Democrats complain to pass votes in which they thought they were. Well, they were rooting for more money to go to structured on the border. There were also a lot of those immigration bills had. Money for other things, and there that are democratic supported ideas. So you might have Republicans have pointed to this like, oh Chuck Schumer supported a border wall funding. Well, in that vote one of those votes that they point to was immigration reform at the whole. And so we are seeing new lawmakers say no money for the wall. Nothing that we know comprehensive immigration Dale coming forward to see what people might be willing to negotiate on Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, fourteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first.

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KTAR 92.3FM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"As partial government, shutdown approaches a fourth full week, some House Democrats have grown concerned by what they see as the absence of a clear strategy from party leaders over how to end it Wall Street Journal reporter, Natalie Andrews system, newly elected Democrats are increasingly frustrated that they're taking complaints from angry constituents without having a mapped out plan to end the partial shutdown Natalie. What are you hearing these are Democrats who just flipped destructs where Republican held until they're they know that they have Republicans in their districts who do support the president. And a lot of them are wanting to see more negotiations. However, they are still supporting leadership there's just some ongoing meetings between these freshmen who just got to congress entered congressman shutdown which has never happened that a new session of congress started in a partial shutdown and now they're faced with complaints from constituents aren't getting. That aren't getting the services they're used to. So these are largely young energetic. New lawmakers who want to be able to put on the resume or their stamp on one hundred sixteenth congress like we got this done, but congress and shake things up their voting on spending bills and trying to open up. All right. So at this point of the they've being told, hey, we are not in a negotiating period right now. Because we have to be firm about no all is that what they're being told. Well, Donald Trump supposedly tried to meet with some Democrats. But no Democrats actually went to the White House. So. These lawmakers wall new and while frustrated are saying United and willing to see how this plays out. I thought it was curious to that some of them complained about the lack of messaging, and then the organizers or leaders said well, not everybody's got their Email said that was kind of weird. I mean, new congress has growing pains like any new employees and these these new members they come in. And they have to get it whole office set up and higher communications people and hire a chief of staff and not all of them are up to speed on doing that. They've never done this before. And so you do have some typical HR issues that would come with any job accept this as a member of congress. And so yeah, the Pelosi and Hoyer found that they weren't that. These new lawmakers weren't even receiving the communications from leadership. So no wonder they felt like they were in the dark. Do they see themselves as as a unified body themselves? And maybe they would go a different route than say current veteran leadership of the Democratic Party. It is typical for incoming classes the lawmakers. To kind of form a bond since they go through orientation together, they also elect class presidents and some of those bonds day first decades, you'll often talk to a season lawmaker and he'll reference his classmates and how they both started in congress the same year. So these are people that will possibly team up on legislation, but there's an ideological gap there, but I wouldn't expect some of these lawmakers to like bond together and always agree on things. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled wall impasse frustrates many newly elected House Democrats about the the semantics of it all border wall border security. Funding that was Okay'd years ago versus funding. That's not being okay. Now. Some it's hard to say, I think that some Democrats can point to pass votes in which they thought they were. Well, they were voting for more money to go to structured on the border. There were also a lot of immigration bills had. Money for other things in there that are democratic supported ideas. So you might have Republicans appointed to this like, oh Chuck Schumer supported a border wall funding. Well, in that vote one of those votes that they point to was immigration reform as a whole. And so we are seeing new lawmakers say no money for the wall. Nothing that we know comprehensive immigration deal coming forward to see what people might be willing to negotiate on X Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrus, fourteen minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. Seems like I'm always getting stressed out with the post.

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTRH

"Don't you accept what you have already done to open up government and that enables us to have thirty days to negotiate for border security. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you'll have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house. Yes. So Democrats can put up legislation, and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan that they plan to essentially send it Senate and say, hey, you guys stop teacher. Okay. One. Will you pass them again? And then a shorter term though on the. The focus is only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding well funding border wall funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. Yeah. That's kind of a position as you know, let's negotiate while the government's open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president supports and the president has indicated that he had eighty depart for. Okay. So. But they haven't they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been in office, we need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but so we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about the last. When they did the last series of spending bills, they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing fencing for them to do certain specific things along the border, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure and. That had essentially been negotiated christening bell again, just until February eight, but it didn't have some mortar security money, but Donald Trump wants his while we're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress to a new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks, getting sworn in and all that be will there not be that on Thursday. That'd be some of that. I think if we didn't have this shutdown. Hey over things. So you see a lot more stories about the diverse congress. So first time the congress will have more than one hundred women can impart. He's got two new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but the we just can't write about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, they'll likely off on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting reflects the fact that congress is changing. But when you have a government shutdown that ended up being a story. Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but he wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently. Explain that well, you're wanting to see some Republican senators speaking different pressures because they're up for reelection. And we do have some Republican senators up for reelection in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have say Cory Gardner in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issues they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats and their side who are just simply saying, we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against the democrat. There's just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the Puerto rock. The Democrats will say they do support border security the port drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful. It's Natalie Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews..

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NewsRadio KFBK

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To the president. And to the Republicans is why don't you accept what you have already done to open up government and that enables us to have thirty days to negotiate for border security. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate won't take up the house spending package. Because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation, and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan that they plan to essentially send it Senate and say, hey, you guys stop these were. Okay, one we passed them again. And then a shorter term Bill on the department Sochi. This is only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding while funding funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. Yeah. That's position as you know, let's negotiate while the government open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president support and the president has indicated that he had any depart for. Okay. So. But they haven't they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been in office, we need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about. When they did the last series of spending dolls they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing fencing four. For them to do certain specific things along reporter, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure, and that had essentially been negotiated corresponding Bill again, just until February eighth mortar security money, but Donald Trump. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to a new congress usually opens amid celebration, right folks are sworn in and all that will there not be that on Thursday. That'd be some of that. I think if we didn't have this shutdown over things so not a lot more stories about the diverse congress. So first time the congress will have more than one hundred women taking part he's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant. But do we just can't write about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, the likely though on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting it reflects the fact that congress is changing, but when you have a government shutdown that ended up being story Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but he wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently explained that well if you're wanting to see some Republican senators facing different pressures because they're up for. Reelection. And we do have some Republican senators re-election in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have say Cory Gardner in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable. Republicans good. There's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands explain why this isn't. This is the wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats in side who were just simply saying, we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against the democrat. They're just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the Puerto the Democrats will say they do support border security the support drones along with border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary. Or you saw it's Natalie Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews..

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05:39 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And to the Republicans is why don't you accept what you have already done to open up government and that enables us to have thirty days to megotiating for border security. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package. Because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have control of the house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation, and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were bipartisan that they plan to essentially send it the Senate and say, hey, you guys stopped were. Okay. One we pass again. And then a shorter term Bill on the department. The focus is only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding while funding funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. Yeah. That's kind of position as you know, let's negotiate while the government's open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president support and the president has indicated they hit any depart for. Okay. So. But they haven't they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been in office, we need more time on this, obviously. But so we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about the last. When they did the last series of spending bills they had border security funding in that. And that allowed for them to repair existing fencing for them to do certain specific things along the border, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure and. That had essentially been negotiated for spending Bill again, just Intel eight. It didn't have some mortar security money, but Donald Trump wants his wall. Speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as date one test for new congress euro to a new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in and all that will there not be that on Thursday. I think if we didn't have this shutdown. Hey over things so UT a lot more stories about the diverse congress. So first time the congress will have more than one hundred women team part. He's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but do we discount right about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, they'll likely though on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting reflects the fact that congress is changing, but when you have a government shutdown ended up being story Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, you wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently explained that well, you're wanting to see some Republican senators speaking different pressures because they're up to. Reelection. And we do have some Republican senators up for reelection in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have say Cory Gardner in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how the issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. This is the wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats Hiller side who are just simply saying, we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against the democrat. There's just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the the Democrats will say they do support border security the support drones along with border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful. Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews..

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KTLK 1130 AM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you'll have Mitch McConnell and Republican. All right. So the the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation, and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan that they plan to essentially send it the Senate and say, hey, you guys. Stoppage. Okay. Once Mcgann, and then a shorter term on the department that focuses only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding while funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. Let's negotiate while the government open. However McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president support and the president has indicated they had any depart for. Okay. So. But they ever they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been an office. We need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but so we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about. When they did the last series of spending dolls, they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing thing for them to do certain specific things along reporter, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure, and that has essentially been negotiated for spending Bill again, just until February eight border security money, but Donald Trump. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to a new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in and all that will there not be that on Thursday. I think if we didn't have this shutdown over things so UT a lot more stories about the diverse congress. The first time the congress will have more than one hundred women king part, he's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but do we discount right about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, they'll likely on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting reflects the fact that congress is changing, but when you have a government shutdown that end up being a story Republicans now have a large majority in the Senate, but you wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently explained that well, you're wanting to see some Republican senators facing different pressures because they're up. Reelection. And we do have some Republican senators pre-election in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have Cory Gardner. In colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats Hiller side who are just simply saying, we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against the democrat. There's just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the the Democrats will say they do support border security the support drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful. It's Natalie Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews..

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05:27 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When they knew politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you'll have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan. They plan to essentially send it Senate and say, hey, stop these were okay. One way past them again. And then a shorter term though on the. The focus is only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding while funding. Okay. So so essentially punting nece correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. Pundits and negotiate while the government's been however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president support and the president has indicated that he had any depart for. Okay. So they ever they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been an office. We need more time on this. I mean, obviously. But so we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about the last. When they did the lottery to spending dolls they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing fencing for them to do certain specific things along reporter, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure, and that had essentially been negotiated for spending Bill again just until eight border security money, but Donald Trump. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to a new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in and all that with will there not be that on Thursday. Some of that. I think if we didn't have this shutdown hanging thing. So you see a lot more stories about the diverse congress. The first time the congress will have more than one hundred women taking part he's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant. But do we just right about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, the likely go on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting reflects the fact that congress is changing, but when you have a government shutdown that ended up being hunted to the story. Republicans now have a large majority in the Senate, but he wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently explained that well if you're wanting to see some Republican senators facing different pressures because they're up to. Reelection. And we do have some Republican senators re-election election in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have say Cory Gardner who is in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. The wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats Hitler side who are just simply saying, we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against democrat. There's just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the the Democrats will say they do support border security the support drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful. It's Natalie Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews..

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05:08 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation. They plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan that they plan to. Senate and say, hey. Okay. One we passed again. And then a shorter term on the department. The focus is on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding while funding funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into negotiate. Yeah. That's. You know, let's negotiate while the government's open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president supports and the president has indicated they hit any depart for. Okay. So, but they haven't they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been in office, we need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about. When they did the last series of spending dolls, they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing thing for them to do certain specific things along reporter increase security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure, and that had essentially been negotiated. Chris Bill again, just until February eight border security money, but Donald Trump wants while we're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in that will there not be that on Thursday. Some of that. I think if we didn't have this shutdown hanging over things, so. Stories about the diverse congress. The first time the congress will have more than one hundred women taking part he's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but we just can't write about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, the likely on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor, but the interesting every flex affected. Congress is changing. But when you have a government shutdown that ended up being a story. Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but he wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently. Explain that well, it could wanting to see some Republican senators facing different pressures because they're up for reelection. And we do have some Republican senators up for reelection in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have say Cory Gardner in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats alert side who are just simply saying we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against democrat. They're just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about the campaign against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the Puerto the Democrats will say they do support border security the support drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter, Natalie Andrews..

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're going to see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you'll have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled the house so Democrats can put up legislation, and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were bipartisan that they plan to send the Senate and say, hey. Okay. One. We passed them again. And then a shorter term Bill on the department focuses only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration law funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. You know, let's negotiate while the government open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president and the president of the not indicated they hit any depart for. Okay. So. But they haven't they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been in office, we need more time on this. I mean, obviously, we call. This is what we call leadership. I think this is what we call a divided government and congress and they have been talking about. When they did the last year of spending dolls they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing fencing for them. To do certain specific things along the border, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure, and that has essentially been negotiated spending Bill again, just until February eight border security money, but Donald Trump. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to a new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in and all that will there not be that on Thursday. I think if we didn't have this shutdown. Hey over things a lot more stories about the diverse congress. The first time the congress will have more than one hundred women can part he's got two new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but we can't write about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, they'll likely though on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting ever reflects the fact that congress is changing, but when you have a government shutdown that end up being. Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but he wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently explained that well if you're wanting to see some Republican Senator speaking different pressures because they're up for reelection. And we do have some Republican senators pre-election in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen Cory Gardner in Colorado. May be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni earns from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. Watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats Hiller side who are just simply saying we're going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against the democrat. There's just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the Puerto the Democrats will say they do support border security the report drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter, Natalie Andrews..

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:39 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"You accept what you have already done to open up government and that enables us to have thirty days to negotiate for border security. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, Mitch McConnell and Republican. So the the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house so Democrats can put up legislation, and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan that they plan to essentially Senate and say, hey. We pass them again. And then a shorter term though on the department that focuses only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. Where the immigration funding funding. So so essentially putting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. You know, let's negotiate while the government open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president support and the president has indicated that he had any depart for. Okay. So. They they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been in office, we need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but we call this is what we call leadership. I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about. When they did the last year either spending dogs they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing fencing four. For them to do certain specific things along reporter, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure and essentially been negotiated Crispin again, just until February eighth. Border security money, but Donald Trump. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to a new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in and all that will there not be that on Thursday. I think if we didn't have this shutdown. Hey over so do a lot more stories about the diverse congress. Congress will have more than one hundred women. Taking part he's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but the weakest count right about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening for example. They'll likely go on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting reflects the fact that congress is changing. But when you have a government shutdown that ended up being story Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but euro to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently. Explain that well. Well, you're wanting to see some Republicans senators facing different pressure is because they're up to reelection. And we do have some Republican senators reelection in states that Hillary quicken one in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states. Trump won in two thousand sixteen Cory Gardner. Who is in Colorado may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins, her main Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats and side who are just simply saying we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against the democrat. There's just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the Puerto the Democrats will say they do support border security the port drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful Natalie Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter, Natalie Andrews. Vermont.

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Why don't you accept what you have already done to open up government and that enables us to have thirty days to megotiating for border security. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're going to see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress on the other side, you'll have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation. They plan to one will be a set of spending bills that were by partisan that they plan to essentially send it Senate and say, hey, you guys. Stoppage. Okay. One we passed again. And then a shorter term on the department focuses only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration funding funding. So so essentially punting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. You know, let's negotiate while the government's open, however McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president supports and the president has indicated that he had any depart for. Okay. So. But they they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been an office. We need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but so we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about the. When they did the last series, the spending bills they had border security and that allowed for them to repair existing fencing for them to do certain specific things along reporter, the increased security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure and. That had essentially been negotiated for spending Bill again, just until February eight mortar security money, but Donald Trump. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro to a new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in and all that will there not be that on Thursday. That'd be some of that. I think if we didn't have this shutdown. Hey over things. So a lot more stories about the diverse congress first time, the congress will have more than one hundred women taking part you've got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but do we discount right about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening for example. They'll likely go on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting reflects the fact that congress changing, but when you have a government shutdown that ended up being story Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but you wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently explained that well, you're wanting to see some Republican senators facing different pressures because they're up. Hariri election, and we do have some Republican senators reelection in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in two thousand sixteen but we do have say Cory Gardner in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republicans as well that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly and Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it. And well, you have Democrats side who are just simply saying we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going Donald Trump's going to be on the ballot against the democrat. They're just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the while the Democrats will say they do support border security the port drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies have called for that to be necessary or useful makes Natalie Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews..

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"natalie andrews" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"natalie andrews" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Don't you accept what you have already done to open up government and that enables us to have thirty days to negotiate for border security. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate won't take up the house spending package because Mr. Trump opposes it. When the new politically divided congress convenes today, it's ability to govern will immediately be put to the test as a partial government shutdown enters its thirteenth day where does this leave the funding for President Trump's border wall? Here's Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews, Natalie what are we looking at right now, we're gonna see how Democrats take the majority, and it's going to be a divided congress. So on the other side, you have Mitch McConnell and Republican the needs and demands from each side have not changed, but the negotiating becomes different because Democrats have controlled the house. Yeah. So Democrats can put up legislation and they plan to one will be a set of spending bills that world bipartisan plan to. And say, hey, you guys stopped here. Okay. One way past again. And then a shorter term Bill on the department focus is only on the department of homeland security, and that's where wall funding would come under. That's where the immigration law funding. So so essentially punting this correct until there's allowing more time to get into. Negotiate. That's. Let's negotiate while the government open. However McConnell on the other side has said that he wants to pass legislation that the president support and the president has indicated they get any for okay. So. They ever they sort of been negotiating this for the two years that Mr. Trump has been an office. We need more time on this. I mean, obviously, but we call this is what we call leadership. Well, I think this is what we call a divided government in congress. They have been talking about. When they did the lottery the spending both the had border security funding in that. And that allowed for them to repair existing fencing for them to do certain specific things along the border the increase security, but it did not allow for a concrete wall structure, and that had essentially been negotiated for spending Bill again gift until February eight border security money, but Donald Trump. Speaking with Wall Street Journal, congressional reporter Natalie Andrews about her piece entitled shutdown shapes up as day one test for new congress euro, two new congress usually opens amid celebration right folks are getting sworn in and all that will there not be that on Thursday. That'd be some of that. I think if we didn't have this shutdown. Hey over things a lot more stories about the diverse congress. The first time the congress will have more than one hundred women taking part he's got to new Muslim women coming into this congress. There's little things that are going to be happening that are significant, but the weakest can't write about when the government shutdown, and we need to focus on these negotiations and how they're happening, for example, the likely go on a package that will change the rules to allow religious headgear on the house floor. That's interesting it reflects the fact that congress is changing, but when you have a government shutdown that ended up being. Republicans now have a larger majority in the Senate, but you wrote to electoral politics may cause some GOP senators to vote differently explained that well if you're wanting to feed some Republican senators facing different pressure is because they're up for reelection. And we do have some Republican senators Perea election in states that Hillary Clinton won in two thousand sixteen which is different when we used to talk about this for the past two years. We talk about Democrats in states that Trump won in twenty sixty. But we do have Cory Gardner in Colorado. He may be one of the more vulnerable Republicans. But there's other Republican, dude. Well, that we're going to be watching that may be looking at how did issue they're playing at home. Susan Collins from Maine Joni Ernst from Iowa possibly then Thom Tillis from North Carolina. People to watch. I thought it was interesting to you said Democrats have little incentive to agree to Mr. Trump's demands. Explain why. Wall has become such a political issue for Donald Trump, and it's become and he's asking for more money for it and more you have Democrats who are just simply saying, we're not going to give you money, and they're looking ahead to twenty twenty where this is going. Donald Trump is going to be on the ballot against the democrat. They're just not a lot of political incentive for them to work for him. They just won the house and. Immigration was a key part of that. It was. Something that was talked about they campaigned against the wall. So there's just not a lot of energy to necessarily come together and supply more funding for the border on the Democrats will say they do support border security the support drones along the border or blimps or different things like that. When studies has called for that to be necessary. Or you saw it's Natalie Wall Street Journal congressional reporter Natalie Andrews..

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