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Trump acquitted by Senate on articles of impeachment
"Seven the seven trumpets been acquitted on both articles of impeachment ABC Serena Marshall at the capitol has more on the first article of impeachment abuse of power is forty eight senators to pronounce Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty two senators have pronounced him not guilty as charged president trump cleared with only one Republican breaking ranks and voting with Democrats moderate Mitt Romney but on the second of structure Longrich bitstream much have pronounced Donald John trump president of the United States guilty as charged fifty three senators have pronounced him not that his chart end of the impeachment trials under president trump having three Marshall ABC news the title judges that
"serena marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To the capital with ABC's Serena Marshall Democrats are are vowing to keep up the pressure Democrats are vowing to keep up the pressure and they're also seen as we just heard that Republicans are going to have to answer for their votes it's contrary to what the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has been saying which is that Democrats are going to have to answer for their actions and and Erin it's really interesting because earlier today before the vote before the defection of mit Romney the house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler said that the house expects to continue its investigation into president trump's and the that remember will his committee may not be the one to subpoena John Bolton he was one of the impeachment managers so you think you have some insight into the parties thinking last week Erin if we recall the president at the house speaker didn't shut the door on bringing John Bolton to come and testify before Congress you wanted to wait and see how those votes Shaked out but today she said that beau in the Senate normalized lawlessness and the president remains an ongoing threat to American democracy keyword there remains an ongoing threat so well we could expect a subpoena for people like John Bolton in the house not shutting the door on that I don't expect them to actually bring him up though without him agreeing to as to prevent a long drawn out court case which is what they wanted to prevent earlier at Lee in the fall there but remember there are also books with expected publish dates and John Bolton's expected publish date out of as of now is in the spring and it and John Bolton and the house and Congress aren't the only investigations that are ongoing you have this ongoing investigations in the Southern District of New York prosecutors there the FBI they continue to investigate the circumstances around the firing of former ambassador to Ukraine Marie of out of it Rudy Giuliani currently still under investigation with Igor Fuhrman and love part is his associates of his we know we're involved in those adverse to dig after on Joe Biden no love Parnassus said he would like to come and speak before Congress so those investigations Congress the Southern District John Bolton's book all the things that are going to continue to bring out revelations and if you have those moderate Republicans offering those rare rebukes of the president and just moderate Republicans you also have people like Marco Rubio criticizing the president's actions well he continues to say he has done nothing wrong they're saying they're disappointed in his actions and hoping hell learn a lesson he hasn't offered any remorse so it's definitely something that could we could see continue in the coming weeks and months but ultimately it will likely end up to the voters unless there's some big revelation that hasn't made its way to the headlines yet ABC Serena Marshall with us from Capitol Hill and let's turn to our White House correspondent ABC's Karen Travers Susan Collins said tonight that she holds the president would have learned from the the fact that he was impeached by the house is there any sense of of contrition or or that the president has has learned a lesson because he has shared his call was perfect yes certainly not publicly the president hasn't deviated one bit T. forget giving in and she hasn't given as centimeter over the last five months when it came to that phone call and his actions around Ukraine president has said from day one the call was perfect he did nothing wrong and Erin we saw some Republican cracks in the fall couple house Republicans said well maybe the call wasn't perfect and and maybe it was inappropriate but it's not impeachable and that was not enough for president trump he was very frustrated by anybody who spoke out against that and he called it a fool's traps saying that it was inappropriate but not impeachable and we did see several Republican Susan Collins leading the way over the last three days say that that's how they felt about this and as we earlier the president hasn't responded to some of that criticism but I think based on the statement from the White House these statements from his campaign so far I think we're going to see the president take a victory lap when he walks into the rose garden or the east room tomorrow at the White House mid day because for the president he has this behind him now and he does feel vindicated because at no point did he ever think he had done anything wrong ABC's Karen Travers our White House correspondent a statement from president trump is expected at noon eastern time on Thursday as the president now the state of the union behind him having set the terms it it as he wants them.
jon Bolton Claims Quid PRo Quo In his New Book
"John Bolton the president's former national security adviser reportedly writing a new book the president trump told him aid to Ukraine was tied to investigations into Democrats including Joe Biden joining me with more this significant developments today BC Serena Marshall at the White House Rita this is a potential game changer when it comes to a vote on whether to allow witnesses in this trial walk us through what has happened here yeah John this is a very big relegation out because it's so far in the trial you have the president's lawyers are but it only runs about two hours on Saturday claiming there was no quid pro quo that the president's goal was perfect there was no conditionality on aid to Ukraine and that there were no first hand witnesses that's something we've heard from Republicans time and time again and this is a first hand account of it eight national security adviser to the president saying yeah there was conditionality on that eight and it was in fact tied political investigations into Democrats including Joe Biden so now we're hearing from people on Capitol Hill I think this underscores Democrats call witnesses the new witnesses to be part of the Senate trial now that upper down though on new witnesses isn't expected to happen until the end of the week for the timing of this really is quite remarkable because it's coming out at a time when they're going to be forced into making that decision on new witnesses when the latest ABC news Washington post poll since two thirds of Americans do you want to see what and just to be clear this is name in his book yet just a manuscript for the book which was obtained by The New York Times and the president of course has tweeted several times in response yeah the president tweeted out a flat denial of the support that he never told on board there is anything tied to the Democrats that he never heard that but double and in fact never even complained to him about the withholding of the military aid and that this is a sample and we're trying to sell a box and in fact this is the manuscript as you mentioned I've done both in the book but it would give in according to the publisher to the White House for the pre approval check the have to go through any time an administration of the Florida but to make sure there's nothing of national security importance or relevance in the box now that one publisher is saying that you know there's only one copy of this manuscript and it's in the hands of the White House they're really saying Hey this week is not on us is on the White House believes in the south and now that the president has been tweeted about John Bolton potentially testify and saying that if the Democrats don't want to be open Dumbleton they should have brought in entering the house impeachment proceedings and they didn't try to do that now Democrats did prior to the fact that this to bring both in and to testify but they never issued a subpoena for gold is that the five minutes that you would not have survival and verily now he hasn't said he would testify before the Senate under a subpoena but that's where the up or down vote happen later in the week is going to be still and I suppose there's nothing to stop John Bolton for just getting in front of a microphone and and making a statement publicly that that to me I may not be something that would be admissible as an a a witness in this trial but something that could be in for the American people well that could be to the American people you probably wouldn't face them scrutiny for eating out of turn thirty eight being a former administration official speaking about a time in the administration for doing under a subpoena sort of protect them a little bit more which is while the other administration officials only came up and spoke on Capitol Hill under a subpoena and they they said they would speak to members on Capitol Hill but at the same day that they were coming in to testify those house Democrats did issue subpoenas to kinda offer them a little bit of it I feel a perfect that no one would start the week's rant thanks for your reporting we'll talk soon thanks ABC
Aid withheld 91 minutes after Trump call with Ukraine president
"Democrats a newly obtained White House emails provide more insight into president trump's dealings with Ukraine the White House communications show the order to withhold military aid came minutes after president trump and the Ukrainian president hung up the phone in July ABC Serena Marshall reports from Washington just in ninety one minutes after the now infamous phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president Michael Duffy a senior official with the office of management and budget email the Pentagon to please hold off on that funding to Ukraine requesting they keep it quiet Duffy is one of the four witnesses to Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has said he wants to hear from during the Senate trial the one hundred and forty six pages of heavily redacted emails were obtained by the center for public integrity following a federal judge's ruling a US service members serving in Afghanistan has been killed in action the Taliban claimed responsibility saying US and Afghan forces were ambushed the US military reports that a US service member was killed in Afghanistan on Monday but no details are available about the circumstances of the service member's death twenty Americans have been killed in combat in Afghanistan this year making two thousand nineteen the deadliest year for U. S. troops in that country since two thousand and fourteen president trump is considering reducing the number of American troops in Afghanistan from thirteen thousand to eight thousand six hundred though no decision has been made we Martinez ABC news Washington our our Chinese president she's in pain welcome south Korean president merging into Beijing today for meetings on the freeway summer with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave SO three Asian powers are expected to discuss regional tensions running trade security in North Korea and new satellite image of a factory where North Korea makes military equipment used to launch a long range missile shows the construction of a new structure and just reported this hour Saudi state TV says the kingdom is handed down five death sentences and the death of columnist this is ABC news from Kelly Blair with the top local stores from from the the the como como como twenty twenty twenty four four four seven seven seven news news news center center center of of of rail rail rail service service service between between between Seattle Seattle Seattle and and and Portland Portland Portland won't won't won't be be be resuming resuming until until today today it it was was shut shut down down on on Friday Friday after after much much like like cover cover the the tracks tracks south south of Tacoma contract plan to resume service by Sunday afternoon but that was changed to Monday the land side left mud that was fifty feet wide and three to four feet deep on the track the crash that left one person dead shut down I five for several hours and troopers believe racing on the freeway led up to that crash the state patrol says around two thirty Sunday morning a car crashed on northbound five a two thirty six and not like terrorism went up in flames investigators say twenty eight year old Randy better ten was speeding when he side swiped another car and slammed into a concrete bridge he said he died in the crash and wasn't wearing a seatbelt and a fun it's been set up for fall in Pierce county deputy Cooper Dyson who died in a car accident on his way to help fellow deputies Friday night donations can be made online using a credit card or PayPal ATP crime stoppers dot com here's your triple a traffic at the Smith in the como traffic center we have some road work going on overnight overnight on on highway highway ninety ninety nine nine this this is is in in both both directions directions between between away away notice notice street street and and one one forty forty fifteen fifteen expect expect to to see see up up to to two two lanes lanes in in each each direction direction closed closed through through that that stretch stretch meanwhile meanwhile working working us us weather weather closures closures West West Valley Valley high high we we still still closed closed in in Pacific Pacific between between third third and and alleys alleys and and and and also also in in the the highways highways and and closed closed between between older older cut cut off off road road and and one one six six one eight due to a landslide haven't Smith couple twenty four seven traffic primarily cloudy skies expected across western Washington overnight into your Monday early this morning Los tumble to the upper thirties and low forties highs on Monday range in the low to mid forties certainly keep the jacket with use you're asking about in the lowland rain is expected to be one still dealing with potentially with a little bit about extra features of winter white probably over the past a county the couple at the center for the first time in seven tries the Seahawks lost to the Arizona Cardinals in Seattle failing twenty seven to thirteen shop now let it for but can still win the NFC west tied up next week if the forty Niners that came flexed his Sunday night for the division championship customers basketball the dam and classical repair St eighty five to sixty four G. 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Christmas gift and follow those remarks with more tests at its missile sites which satellite photos show our being expanded correspondent will Ripley does not necessarily expect leader Kim to order any aggressive action right now so my source says of the north Koreans are going to do they're going to kind of take a step back take a wait and see approach continue to remind the world that they have this nuclear capability and I wouldn't rule out a launch by the way in twenty twenty they've already gotten the effect that they want around Christmas time which is lots of western media talking about the possibility of the of a large why would they need to go through with it now when they can maybe save it for an even more vulnerable time closer US election perhaps John Bolton told ACSI owes he doesn't think the White House really means it when president trump pledges to haul dictator Kim Jong own from nuclear weapons development or it would be pursuing a different course boat we are now nearly three years into the administration with no visible progress toward getting North Korea to make the strategic decision to stop pursuing deliverable nuclear weapons close quote time is on the side of the proliferator Bolton told ACSI owes the more time there is the more time there is to develop test and refine both the nuclear component and the ballistic missile components of the program still the senior military commanders say the US is ready for whatever Pyongyang might do Evan hating reporting for first light by the way we will be going live to Seoul South Korea later this morning for a closer look at what the north is up to it's nine minutes past the hour now and they are heavily redacted but newly released emails give more of a time line about the White House efforts to hold back hundreds of millions of dollars in military funds to Ukraine last summer Bob Costantini reports Democrats would like to hear from one of the key participants in those email chains Michael as you might expect the trump White House is urging Americans to not read too much it these newly disclosed emails the center for public integrity obtained one hundred forty six pages of White House emails focusing on the office of management and budget Mike Duffy who worked in the area of national security funding wrote the Pentagon asking officials there to hold off on sending military aid to Ukraine just ninety minutes after president trump had the impeachment focus phone call with Ukraine's voluminous landscape the transcript as Mr trump asking for a favor mentioning Joan hunter Biden and theories about Ukraine helping Hillary Clinton in twenty sixteen Duffy also mention to the withholding of the two hundred fifty million dollars be kept quiet quote given the sensitive nature of the request Mike Duffy is one of four witnesses Democrats want to call it a Senate impeachment trial the new email disclosures prompting Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer urge even just a handful of Republicans to think about what he believes the nation needs to hear the questions Democrats want answered there's nothing wrong with withholding the eight why didn't Mr Duffy want anyone to know about what he was doing it this is a perfect conversation why are they trying to hush it up the only be spokeswoman calls focusing on one line of the email without context misleading and inaccurate speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi is withholding the articles of impeachment from the Senate demanding to know how the trial will proceed president trump speaking into Saturday conservative students meeting near is more like a home with a new nickname crazy so now he says you know she has no okay so let's not submitted she sings about witnesses are stalled and on hold for the holidays our thanks to Bob Constantini reporting from the White House it is now eleven past the hour and coming up a devore cast only a parent could love the latest on the NFL playoff picture heading into the final week of the season I'm 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House Judiciary Committee to debate impeachment articles
"Radio the house Judiciary Committee announced two articles of impeachment against the president yesterday one for abuse of power and one for obstruction today the committee will take up the articles for debate and approval later this morning a house vote on the impeachment articles expected before Christmas happens after that A. B. C.'s Serena Marshall reports from Washington once the house takes their vote they'll head over to the Senate where the president is eager for a full trial live witnesses and all but that's not likely happening according to the house Majority Leader until after the holidays top Senate Republicans have indicated they may not call witnesses saying it's a risky move even though that goes against what the president said he
Impeachment updates: Republicans storm secure hearing room
"House on Capitol Hill a delay in house Democrats and their impeachment inquiry nearly three hours after it was set to begin the deposition with the Deputy Assistant secretary of defense lawyer Cooper is still on hold after roughly two dozen house Republicans not participating in the impeachment investigation attempt to storm the secure hearing room to take part in the latest round of questioning the Republicans with cell phones in their hands are frustrated with what they call a lack of transparency even though those members do not sit on the committees overseeing the investigation ABC Serena Marshall in Washington and New York president trump's legal team is trying to block a subpoena trying to get the president's tax returns the Manhattan district attorney said
Ex-envoy tells impeachment inquiry Trump ousted her based on 'false claims'
"And a former US ambassador to Ukraine has testified before house committees as part of the impeachment inquiry into president trump Marie Yavanna **** gave her remarks privately but her opening statement has been made public she says trump pressured the state department for almost a year to get rid of her a B. C. Serena Marshall says that she told lawmakers are firing in may was based on false claims by people with clearly questionable motives she added that the deputy secretary of state later told her she'd quote done nothing wrong she says she was let go less than two months after the state department had asked her to stay on the job until
White House escalates standoff with Congress
"I DO hick up for the impeachment inquiry Gordan Sunland the US ambassador to the E. you will not appear on Capitol Hill today as scheduled what do Republicans and Democrats have to say a B. C. Serena Marshall reports press call him a key witness to president trump's push for Ukraine to investigate his political rival but today the European Union ambassador Gordon Sunderland's there was no indication that the investor would be a no show ads house intelligence committee chairman Adam chef he calls and leads a failure to appear at the direction of the state department additional strong evidence of obstruction they wanted to hear from him on not only has text exchange with fellow diplomats but about additional text messages and emails he made from a personal device about the issue Republicans like Matt Gaetz though say what we see in this impeachment is a kangaroo court Serena Marshall ABC news
House committees issue new subpoenas in Ukraine probe
"New subpoenas as the impeachment enquiring proceeds house Democrats have ordered the department of defense and White House office of management and budget for information about the withholding of military aid to Ukraine the chairman of the house intelligence oversight and foreign affairs committee issued them saying the documents were necessary to quote examine the sequence of events and the reasons behind the administration's decision to delay nearly four hundred million dollars of aid that occurred around the same time as the phone call between the two leader ABC Serena Marshall president citing his record as defense against impeachment you can impeach a president for doing a great job you can impeach a president for having the lowest and best unemployment numbers that we've had in fifty
Democrats subpoena Pentagon, White House budget office in impeachment probe
"As the impeachment probe progresses house Democrats have issued subpoenas to the White House budget office and the Pentagon ABC Serena Marshall joining us from Capitol Hill what are they after these as record go to the department of defense and the office of management and budget and the purpose of that is for any documentation email correspondence related to the decision to withhold those four hundred million dollars or so in military funds to Ukraine and now you remember that military aid was bi partisan and its support and this administration the president has decided to delay that aid in no real reason was ever given at the time but then we found out that the president had said later that it was because he wanted to be partners in the region to pay more money into it to participate in the defense of Ukraine at a higher level the comparable to the United States and then we also heard the president say that he also did want to give money to Ukraine if they were gonna be focus on corruption and making sure that we're not finding a corrupt government but then in the midst of all this remember that aid is being withheld after that phone call with between president trump and the president of Ukraine and it's now house Democrats want to know if there's any correspondent any documentation that would hide that money directly to the president's push to have Ukraine and dusty is political rival right now at the same time it remembered that the president has said that there is absolutely no quid pro quo Republicans have said that call shows absolutely no quid pro quo house speaker Nancy Pelosi is that there is a need to be an explicit I want this in order for you to get that but if they find it is eight was withheld and that political talk could come into the equation that would really invigorated their impeachment inquiry they've told the administration they want these documents by October fifteenth they at the same time on Friday it issued other and at other request other subpoenas to the White House for their documentation around that phone call so far does one have been rebuffed by the White House it's unclear if they'd be able to rebuff the subpoenas for the department of defense and the office of management and budget and the same thing it sounds like it with this is like a good prosecutor would do is lay a foundation to see if there was any way to connect the lots of the military aid was indeed tied to abide manifestation exactly and they're saying that if we don't get these documents by the fifteenth any refusal to comply will be considered quote evidence of obstruction of the Miller language we heard when it comes to that subpoenas issued to the White House on Friday there was that resistance and from the White House last week but to these specific subpoenas Serena it has there been any response any resistance at this point from department of defense or the acting budget director now an apartment a defense general counsel would actually pro actively ordered all relevant opposite to gather paperwork related to the Ukraine military assistance issue expected this to be not expected to be asked about it as the peacemaker got under way as it related to the conversation with Ukraine today and taking a preemptive step last week to order and that all of this had been put on hold to the chief Pentagon spokesperson said whenever the better guarded the general council member other understanding is it is fairly standard practice when they're significant level congressional architecture general interest in the matter to do that so they started this is happening the eighty introspective that to happen and it would be very unlikely for the department of defense to at the very least complied with the subpoena all right we'll see what happens between now and October
Acting intel boss to speak; Dems call complaint 'disturbing'
"A DC the dems are not giving up in their quest for the full whistle blower complaint but now leading member say the recently released a memo of the presence call with the Ukrainian president is far more damning than they imagined reporter Serena Marshall house intelligence committee chairman Adam chef calling the president's comments a fundamental betrayal Mr trump's oath of office like any mafia boss the president didn't need to say that's a nice country you have it be a shame if something happened to it because that was clear from the conversation publicans argue however there is no direct quid pro quo and accused Democrats of using the call to relitigate the two thousand sixteen election of the director of national intelligence is supposed to speak on this
"serena marshall" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Game changer Serena Marshall ABC news the capitol the Ukrainian call prompted a whistle blower complaint which members of the congressional intelligence committee are now reviewing behind closed doors democratic congressman Adam Schiff calls its details disturbing Republican senator Ben Sasse there are truck says there are troubling things there secretary state Mike Pompeii says US is imposing another round of sanctions on Iran today we're imposing sanctions on certain Chinese entities for knowingly transporting oil from Iran contrary to United States thank you and Hassan Rohani the Iranian president says sanctions need to stop in order to start negotiations he calls the sanctions economic terrorism Texas has executed a death row inmate for the two thousand seven murders of three members of his family your listening to ABC news. time now as we do every ten minutes for checking your traffic and weather together so let's catch up with Dana happens all right the whole world put on your sneakers mall yeah the risks are real dot C. B. H. dot CA dot gov brings you this look and antenna split fifteen minutes on eastbound calf city it's going to stay that way we have an accident working right now to just to be for the American river bridge two vehicles involved it's a non injury so parting with split the Roseville is eleven minutes Sonny's down AT that hasn't really changed much either we go yeah del Grove it's now about fifteen minutes on a high five and but I tell you what does ninety nine getting slower slower closer to thirty minutes tell Grove Boulevard on south on ninety nine going to Folsom is about four thirty four minutes on eastbound fifty that is got have fairly having it's going to stay there for a while also to woodland seventy minutes on north on I five you going out to Davis westbound eighty it's eleven minutes and the nearby looking the other way and try to figure that's probably closer to fifteen to twenty minutes just getting through the Davis area right now on the eastbound side prescription pain meds are great for treating certain kinds of pain but they also carry the risk of addiction your pain is real but saw the risk for more information call eight hundred six six two four three five seven traffic on the tense every ten minutes mornings.
"serena marshall" Discussed on KOMO
"The trump administration makes it easier to reject immigration appeals a B. C. Serena Marshall joining us from Washington DC house so Serena the administration has a potentially re organized how the the peel their process currently only the Attorney General has the ability to overrule and appealed to him and reverse the decision made by the board of immigration appeals on that board of immigration appeals and made up by a panel of immigration judges and like I said it currently only the Attorney General can overrule their decision but this reorganization now given that power to the executive office for immigration review it's essentially the department and the government oversees the country's immigration court system I remembered there over burdened right now there isn't nearly nine hundred thousand backlog to the immigration courts and this country and now at that EO it causes the abbreviated io I art director who is a trumpet pointy the two rivers decision by that board of immigration appeals by those judges giving that power to the director of that division and the Attorney General and essentially makes it easier for them and give them more discretion not just the night of the pills that change asylum law because now it does agent and those appeals cases that go to the board of immigration appeals often legal precedent but they're going to have the same number of cases that are facing the AG's office what does the president think is gonna happen to make it any more efficient this way well it and the Attorney General has a lot of issues facing them that's one of the reasons that they and they said that this change was needed and not very is because of all of the responsibility to follow and fall to the AG by giving them to the eco I our director they now have the ability to look at these cases faster quicker and make more decisions on them now like you said those cases that faith that back on that basis the court isn't isn't going to go away but instead of having the appeal go to the board of immigration appeals they can say no but I'm going to override does instead you're denied so you don't have your ability to have that nearly that appeal again and remember this is just one change to legal immigration that the administration is rolled out in recent weeks that follow that public charge rule that does not if you call it not if you use public benefits but if you could potentially qualify for using public benefit in the future we can deny you the change that you as an immigration services policies allow officers gallery denied visas and green card applications for missing evidence which contained errors it changes the the like I said the flowing of lawful immigration appeals the reduction and refugee admissions this is all part of the administration's change to legal immigration not just illegal immigration we're talking with A. B. C. Serena Marshall at the ABC bureau in Washington DC what about push backs Serena I mean this seems like critics would say is taken from the judicial and put it in the political circles we haven't heard a lot remember on Capitol Hill especially because Congress is still al and so it does take a little while to hear about that and respond to and then when they do it's often on Twitter not gonna lie they are often often their district and so it we haven't seen much push back at all but you know in the past when there's been any changes to legal immigration you've heard most parties and most members of Congress faults their party's corners and how soon might this take effect I a tax effect today they rolled it out on Friday and it goes into effect today was published in the Federal Register which was which was today maybe see Serena Marshall in Washington DC and time now for our propellant.
House panel subpoenas Corey Lewandowski, President Donald Trump's former campaign manager
"Issuing new subpoenas in the Russia probe starting with president trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski being subpoenaed by the house Judiciary part of their panels ongoing probe into potential obstruction of justice and public corruption Lewandowski is into the only one Rick Dearborn president trump's former White House deputy chief of staff of our policy also called on by Congress for public testimony next month both individuals were witnesses and named often in the special counsel's report Serena Marshall ABC news
"serena marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Ohio and Texas there's a new Porsche across the country for lawmakers in Washington to take action on gun violence but Congress is still on summer break WBZ's Nicole Davis asked ABC's Serena Marshall how likely it is that lawmakers will return to the hilt earlier than planned to tackle this problem zero Nicole wouldn't Mitch McConnell made absolutely clear on Friday that he has no intent of recalling the Senate in order to pass some kind of legislation even doing so would just be about political talking points it would actually lead to any changes but McConnell did say that he spoke to the president last week that they believe they can get some kind of meaningful legislation particularly around background check but there is still it completely unclear there's no indication whatsoever of what that legislation would look like well in the so called red flag laws I know that's something the president was talking about and that's also been working its way around the hill yeah that's been working anywhere on the hill in the form of the eyes and Lindsey Graham at this time to ally of the president and he said that he spoke with the I. Democrat senator Blumenthal to talk about implementing some kind of red flag laws that would eventually hold state with through grants implement in their own it's already a line thirteen states and DC now that's something that they could do but me Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said during the the phone interview with a radio station in his home state of Kentucky that they're looking specifically at background checks and that's where the question mark remains on if they can actually get something done others red flag laws would be a step for but the president even on Friday before departing for New Jersey spoke about background checks is that they have to have some kind of a meaningful background check policy in place that he believes that something that they can get both sides behind but again the question mark there is if that is just a talking point they're they're pivoting towards now following those two mass shootings and in six weeks when Congress returned if that will still be a priority for the administration because really it's going to come down to whether president trump wants to see this move forward with the Republican held as to what exactly meaningful means have we got any sort of ideas to you know it's a very big talking point we know what that could possibly mean well the president simply very meaningful background checks and that was with a captivating to is he discussed they said we need intelligent background checks and that is not a reflection of an array Republican or Democrat Denny said he believes the L. get Mitch McConnell totally on board with this image McConnell and his own interviews seem to imply that he was totally on board with this but they didn't have any kind of actual legislation now senator kill me at Republican from Pennsylvania that he believes that his bill that he wrote with a democratic senator is the possibility that they spoke to the president about it last week and if they would focus on is strengthening background check laws for commercial gun sales that would not apply to people to people felt for example it or if you're giving it as a gift for somebody that is until they try to pass after the sandy hook massacre by eight stalled and failed to a filibuster that is something that center to me thinks he can actually get a call is on board with the idea it's not quite as strong as the one that already passed the house and acted to bill that passed the house related to background checks back in January and they stalled in the Senate doesn't seem like those are bill that will actually be revived in the Senate and any kind of form WBZ's Nicole Davis speaking with ABC's Serena Marshall seven thirty eight a check on wallstreet now with Bloomberg's Tracy junkie pick a reason any reason US China trade war fears global recession fears even traders on summer vacation we heard it all today as the Dow dropped three hundred ninety one points the nasdaq was down ninety six points of the S. and P. down thirty six the Dow is now it is lowest since last Monday when it dropped more than seven hundred points stock in Newburgh is at its lowest ever uber last week revealed the slowest ever revenue growth and its largest ever quarterly losses is confirming a Yahoo news report of a hiring freeze I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio and coming up Charlottesville Virginia two years later it's seven thirty nine there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make.
Congressmen call for strengthening background checks
"Not even a week into their August recess but gun violence is now front and center among both parties after the weekend massacre that killed thirty one people and injured more than two dozen more an update from ABC Serena Marshall maker searching for consensus after the two mass shootings over the weekend president said the Republicans and Democrats must quote come together and get strong background checks presents right about that public and senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania says he believes is strengthening background checks systems is an area where this is possible focus on keeping guns out of the hands of people who have no business having guns in the first place you push back on calls for the Senate reconvenes in the two bills that passed the house would not have enough support in the Senate where his bipartisan bill would only require background checks for commercial gun sales Serena Marshall ABC news
Russia, Serena Marshall And Jon Huntsman discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"The US ambassador to Russia will reportedly be leaving his post ABC Serena Marshall reports from Washington Jon huntsman former Republican presidential candidate in Utah governor will step down from his current post as the US ambassador to Russia beginning October third according to his resignation letter given to the Salt Lake Tribune husband right in his wife want to return to the United States to be with family but the Salt Lake Tribune is reporting that sources tell them he's also considering running for governor once again meanwhile huntsman's departure comes as Fiona hill the top official on Russian affairs at the National Security Council is also expected to leave her post this
500,000 kids could lose free school lunch under Trump administration proposal
"The trump administration as proposed a rule change to how people are eligible for food stamps and the change could mean as many as five hundred thousand children would lose access to free school lunches in an effort to restrict access to food stamps the trump administration has proposed a rule change at the USDA currently individuals receiving temporary assistance for needy families or welfare are automatically enrolled in snap or food stamps this would and that process which the government calls a loophole they estimated mean roughly three million people would be cut from the sap program in and now Democrats are also cleaning it would lead to more than five hundred thousand children losing their automatic eligibility for free school lunches representative Bobby Scott wrote to the secretary of the USDA asking why the school lunch number was not included in the agency's estimations on impact Serena Marshall ABC news
Mitch McConnell blocks election security legislation
"Twenty house speaker slamming the Senate Majority Leader for blocking two bills on Election security following the stark warning from Robert Muller our electoral system is the heart of the matter of our democracy and yet the Republic still continue to say no need to protect it that she reference a bipartisan Senate intelligence report hello all fifty state election systems were being attacked Serena Marshall ABC news Washington Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell accuse Democrats of playing politics with election security Robert Muller during his testimony this week that Russian attempts to interfere with our elections continue quote as we
Video shows ICE agents break car window to arrest father
"Neighbors in Nashville protect the father and son from ice agents trying to deport them they circle a van with a father and his twelve year old son inside blocking ice agents who were coming after the father and son with the chain as a buffer the father and son slid out of the van and enter their home to safety for now ABC's guy Goldberg says ice agents in Kansas city shatter a car window with kids inside the dragon man out to deport him ABC Serena Marshall says the administration is expanding expedited deportation how these immigrant activist groups saying they have less due process and somebody going through traffic court their deportation now solely up to individuals within the department of
President, Director And Serena Marshall discussed on Sean Hannity
"News center president trump in a tweet had promised millions of deputations it turns out that not even hundreds were removed during the weekend of that highly publicized nationwide ice roundup the weekend of those promises deportation raids which the president said would lead to millions being removed from the country by immigration and customs enforcement resulted in just a twenty five arrests according to the department the acting eyes director told reporters eighteen family members your were issued final orders of removal by an immigration judge along with seventeen others were arrested over the course of the operation in total removals by the trump administration falls far behind the number of removal orders issued by his predecessor Serena Marshall ABC news
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"I'm joined by A. B. C. Serena Marshall in Washington hello Serena hi Tom so what was the opposition to the question in the first place and who was opposing it well the opposition stems from the fact that I the sentence is it mandated by the constitution to count every individual in the United States at every ten years now at the White House said this has been done historically that's actually not factually incorrect they've never in the history in a date at every single citizen what their citizenship wise there every single day every single individual who's been given an excuse me what their citizenship what now opponents are saying it by adding this question you would actually get an inaccurate reading of the number of people living in the United States because it's going to scare people from answering at and getting an accurate reading will impact how not just congressional districts are assigned but also how federal funding is sold out this went to the court and the court ruled at the Supreme Court ruled that the administration's reasoning for needing to add this question was contrived they said they needed it to enforce the voting rights act so they were shot down the president now saying they're not backing away from the spider just going about it a different way but Tom what's really interesting about this is though and the executive order the president announced yesterday it's something that they could have done back in two thousand eighteen it was actually how the census bureau recommended the administration get the information that they want not to buy and then the question of the citizenship not by adding the question of citizenship to the center but instead using administrative record is actually something that some agencies have already been working with the census bureau on doing putting in the department of homeland security which had started working with them more than a month ago on this process is mining existing information to try to determine the citizens and non citizens at this point exactly mining administrative records from social security you from from the U. S. C. I. S. from DHS from any of the government agencies that exists they can go in a a pull long records for example and determine how many individuals are citizens in the United States how many are not are changing gears very quickly Robert Muller hearing scheduled for next week may be moved or hearing yeah it's a possibility right now at the congressional leadership is saying that it Muller is still scheduled here next week they are considering pushing the hearing back a week in the goal of that would be to allow more time for questioning by both Republicans and Democrats they'd be able to give members on each side in additional thirty minutes of questioning but at this point it is still scheduled for one thing all rights are and have a great weekend thanks for the update right thanks Tom hardy BC zero Marshall in Washington College.
House Oversight seeks documents on for-profit migrant detention
"Voted to subpoena documents related to president trump's zero tolerance policy on migrants entering the country illegally which led to thousand the children being separated from their parents this move comes a day after a Guatemalan woman suing the government because her daughter died in federal custody testified before the house oversight committee WBZ's Kendall Buell spoke to ABC's Serena Marshall earlier about the heart wrenching testimony heard in that house chamber yesterday handle that is to say the least members of both parties are visibly moved by her testimony some wiping away tears it was definitely hard to hear her outline the conditions as she described the move neglected mistreatment she and her at the time nineteen month old daughter received well in government custody he said you don't want your baby girl die slowly and painfully unable to do anything or convince government officials to help but she said she was speaking out yesterday to this committee because she thinks the world needs to know what is happening to so many children and I tension she pleaded with lawmakers is saying I can be so hard for a country like the United States to protect children still at least one Republican member of that committee Serena had said that it was all a motion and very little fact saying that conditions haven't changed since the previous administration yeah they said that they have a lot of feeling for the mom that they can't imagine what she went through but then a Q. Democrats ascential using her story and ordered to it just to bolster their claims the inadequate facilities but that's a line we also heard from the president he said these facilities are clean there might standards we heard from the acting DHS secretary over the weekend on this weekend and he said that there's no they didn't believe the claims are unsanitary conditions but remember Kendall it's not just the monitors who were in these facilities who claimed unsanitary conditions not just the people who were holding them after being released that claimed they had problems with the condition that was at DHS IG report that came out last week that outlined conditions that were unsanitary that quoted one of the agents and saying it's a ticking time bomb and so when you look at those reports in their entirety all the stories seem to match up know what action our legislators considering at this point well you mentioned the Democrats plan energy legislation in order to have some more oversight of the detention facilities that is something they wanted to see happen as part of that funding bill that was passed last week but they also want to see as some requirements of oversight they want to have more monitors have access to facilities have requirements for showers and feeding and and things of that nature no one thing that we should be clear on here is ice detention is very different from CDPD potential other stories of of that we heard over the past couple weeks about CDPD tension those are the concrete cells they're only meant to hold individuals for a couple of hours or days we'll see maybe processes people and move them into either eyes Cassidy for unaccompanied children to HHS custody or in some cases into the interior when they're claiming asylum while they await their immigration hearing but in many cases they're being held for multiple days or weeks and because of that how many people are coming across and how inundated TV P. has that with these asylum seekers now I believe are meant for long term detention they are supposed to have showers bad cafeterias infirmaries and immigration court as part of the facilities but his mom telling her story she said that she went to the doctors she pleaded with them to do something for her daughter who got sick while in custody and they gave her Tylenol and honey when she was released after that maximum twenty day hold she took her daughter to the emergency room to a hospital they said they had a viral infection they could easily been treated but they watcher quickly deteriorate again that's a B. C. Serena
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"A search warrant Serena Marshall ABC news Washington coming up the question about citizenship question on the census continues to roll along it is two thirty three traffic and weather together with several retailers of doing that all wheel drive traffic on the three is where our trouble spots this afternoon Mike now to the west and we had some earlier heavy rain all through metro west it really came down hard over Framingham in Natick now there's some flooding on route nine it's jammed up both directions in Framingham by route one twenty six so it's a problem there the mass pike westbound slow going I'll pass Newton corner and out after one twenty eight into Natick Andy's down the pike it's backing up quickly downtown gonna write Lang crashes right under the call may have overpass expressway south bound is changing along from the tunnel down to seven hill not too bad further south northbound slow going from Braintree up passing the Poncet circling crawling up toward the crash of Columbia road just to the right it's right where Columbia road comes on so bad spot there three south tough going union street all the way down to Rockland with ongoing road work by re to twenty eight this report sponsored by Dunkin with Duncan go to is get a great deal on two of your favorites like two egg and cheese wrapped for two dollars two bagels with cream cheese for four dollars and two bacon egg and cheese croissants for five dollars that's Duncan go to's America runs on Dunkin participation may very limited time Mike king WBZ's traffic on the three sorry been dealing with some showers and some thunderstorm activity that's been popping up and moving through the area this afternoon in fact there's a a line it is moved up over national and into southern New Hampshire this one moving to the north and to the east that line that might mention move through Framingham in Natick is moving up into Concord bill Recca and that area now so we'll be seeing those thunderstorms those heavy downpours coming through the area through this afternoon most of them north west of downtown Boston and then tonight more folks will get involved in the showers and maybe a heavier thunderstorms could produce some of those flooding downpours lows tonight with mostly cloudy skies seventy three tomorrow mostly.
"serena marshall" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Senator John Kennedy argued that while slavery is reprehensible and indefensible is not something anyone today is responsible for, I don't think any, any person black or white is responsible for what someone else, black or white did one hundred fifty years ago. He was echoing the majority leader's comments yesterday as it Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, but Democrat, Richard Blumenthal fact that we elected and after American president doesn't mean we've solved racial divides in this country. Or discrimination. We need to redouble our efforts. Serena Marshall, ABC news, Capitol Hill, California, teen recovering from a ceiling attack. I felt it on my leg, and I looked down and I freaked out, it was very unusual tax. You taken to the hospital for treatment, the animal was rounded up and turned over to the marine mammal center Broward County public defender's offices calling for an investigation into the jails quality of medical care after two inmates died, a forty one year old and a forty seven year old public defender's office notified the Broward County sheriff said that both men were seeking medical treatment at the time of their deaths, and urged the sheriff to ensure medical care's delivered in a timely fashion at jail facilities police in Holmes beach calling out to the owner of a prosthetic ear. The ear was found. thanks van gogh the air was found the manatee public beach after the world's strongest man final was held over the weekend please took to facebook to share photos of the prostate you're hoping to reunite it with its owner and a south lord woman is checking off something on her bucket list eighty-five-year-old calling kessler made headlines when she went skydiving in miami for her birthday this week a fifty wwl news time six oh five traffic and weather together on the fives as pretty quiet here this thursday morning this report is brought to you by lows ninety five and the turnpike both accident free we did have one early morning wreck here this was southbound side of ninety five along the offering to head west along oca- choking boulevard they got that crash cleared up pretty quick owns open along that ramp even really seeing any construction to slow you down do it right to say five percent everyday by shopping at lowe's in store or online say five percent on eligible purchases just by using your lowe's advantage card do it right.
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"Fifteen expected to get more information today on the attack against Red Sox star. David Ortiz, the people behind it. And the reason it might have happened officials talking traffic and public safety today in Everett over at the encore casino doors, open their Sunday morning at ten Democrats reacting today, last night's rally in Florida. President Trump made his run for the White House official and later today, the Fed's expected to make a big decision when it comes to interest rates, not a Washington behind closed doors. The House Judiciary committee is meeting right now at someone who for a time was very close to President Trump indications director. Hope Hicks subpoenaed, to talk with those lawmakers in connection with the Muller report with us now to get more. Details on that meeting today. ABC's Serena Marshall, high Serena. Hi, nicole. All right. So give us some insight as to why exactly this committee wants to testify. Well company wants to hear from multiple people in report, and so far, their hands have really been. Tide. Most of those individuals wall subpoenaed have claimed executive privilege from the president or have been told not to comply with that subpoena. Hope Hicks is the first person from the president's inner circle since the release of the Muller reports to comply. But it's really a question of how much she will comply with her name was one of the most frequently mentioned in the mullahs report. And Democrats really wanna hear from some of from, from her directly regarding some of these instances, outlined potential, obstruction of Justice. But it's interesting just before she was sent to testify yesterday. The White House into a letter to the committee, notifying them that the president had directed her not to testify about event related to her time serving as a senior advisor in the White House. But the terror of the committee, neither rollbacks ain't he rejects that assertion since the president, isn't claiming executive privilege. Yeah. And somebody else is actually going to be in the room with them from the White House, right? Yeah. That's right. Somebody from the White House White House counsel will be there as well as sitting behind her, and they plan. We're told. Release a transcript of this within forty eight hours, but it's not clear how much of that will actually end up being redacted or considered pre private because of the lawyer being present there. All right. And also on the hill today, I know we've got a hearing on reparations the first time they're actually doing one of these hearings on this subject, and more than ten years. Yeah. The last time there's a hearing on this in congress. It was two thousand seven and this is really come up recently among the twenty twenty democratic contenders. But it say coinciding with June nineteenth, obviously, that has a, a big historical context. They're the freeing of slaves in Texas. And this debate is really coming up on the twenty twenty campaign trail. And then yesterday Mitch McConnell, made some questions made a comment that raise some eyebrows. He said he doesn't believe operations is that Syria because you've done a lot since that time, including ending slavery and electing the first black president. But in this hearing today, they're going to be talking about that HR forty legislation which was. I introduced in nineteen eighty nine aims at creating a commission to make recommendations concerning. Some sort of reparations not any actually outlining any kind of plan for reparations but recommendations through commission. And so it'll be talking about that. And hearing from including actor, Danny Glover. Alright ABC's. Serena Marshall, keeping an eye on everything going on in Washington for us here in Boston. Thanks. Lina. Eighteen and after a deck half a decade criminal trial will soon take place in connection with a downed Malaysia Airlines flight. Let's get more on this from ABC's. Tom rivers at the foreign desk as the Gators in the Netherlands of formerly opened criminal proceedings case of downing. Malaysia Airlines flight seventeen that happened five years ago, national police chief Wilbert Paulison through translate. We've come to the stage where we can say that we are going to prosecute is for people who we held accountable, the suspects for bringing in the deadly weapon into the Ukraine, international arrest warrants have been issued for three Russians and one Ukrainian the trials scheduled to begin next spring. Tom rivers, ABC news, at the foreign desk in Iraq and oil facility, used by several international companies has been hit by a rocket ABC's chief global affairs. Correspondent Martha Raddatz has more on what happened from Washington. This was a Tusha rocket landing right in the middle of a housing facility of an oil drilling site in southern Iraq. Where several international oil companies operate, including Exxon Mobil. The attack won't good three Iraqi workers and Exxon is now quickly evacuating more than twenty four and workers, including Americans. And this was just the latest in the string of oil related attacks over the past few weeks. Of course, last Thursday's attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and back in may of hits on other vessels near the Persian Gulf four of them. Now, the United Nations is calling for an investigation into the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, new report into the murder of journalist. Jamal cuss Shoji says there is credible evidence that the crown prince was involved report also found that the trial in Saudi Arabia of eleven suspects fails to meet procedural standards, and should be suspended. It's being held behind closed doors. And the fear is that some of those suspects could be put today without the opportunity to tell stories to the outside world on CBS is Holly Williams reporting. It's ten twenty.
"serena marshall" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Might be. Yeah. Serena Marshall is covering this big brouhaha over the USS John McCain and how and why it was covered up from the president on his recent visit to Japan. Serena, how you doing, hi? How's it going guys? Good. What's going on with this? First of all, where did the request come from to maybe cover up the USS or move, the USS John McCain, well, a US officials said that there was an initial discussion about veiling the ship's name and that they did play a tarp over it on Friday? But by the next day, it was removed, and it came from a White House official within the military office. They didn't. Want to for lack of a better term upset the president by having the USS John McCain, right there in his line site, when he's speaking to sailors. Well, I visiting the port in Japan. And now they tell us it was a low level request that it should never have happened in the acting Defense Secretary Shanahan has said that request never came through him. And he has now instructed his chief of staff to investigate. It is still rather interesting that somebody who knows the president's thinking, who is high enough today, initial request was at least push through before base, commanders overruled it, I had that power to kind of make that request and see it at least beginning to be implemented to clarify like you said, when the president was there, the name was not covered the pictures that we've seen were apparently taken on Friday. Before the president's visit which was Monday, and that was the, the explanation for the tarp is that there's it's being refurbished or repainted, or something that cannot. That's why they have the tarp. But that's not what we were told why it was placed up to cover the, the name. We were told that it was placed to cover the name at the request of a White House military officer on behalf of the White House and the president. Visit now they're saying that that was somebody was low level. The president says he didn't know anything about it. He called that individual. Well, meaning now what does that I? I'm not your guest there is as good as mine. He said they were well, meaning I didn't know anything about it. I never would have done that. But it was somebody that leads to new the president's thinking in a turmoil enough to, to think that was something that he would have wanted done. Now, remember this isn't a crucial. Visit a US military vessel. There are soldiers serving aboard that vessel. They wear that namesake with pride. They represent that ship and the United States military with pride. And so the acting Defense Secretary Shanahan has said that that's only an insult to the late, John McCain, who the ship remember wasn't officially named for is actually named for his father and grandfather, who were both admirals in the US navy. But it also disrespectful to those sailors aboard that ship. They did add the, the late senator's name fated honor him after. Yes, after the fact, but it was originally named for his father and grandfather mentioned Megan McCain and I had we have played her comment earlier in the show. She's just upset that. Regardless of where this came from, whether it was a request from the president, which does not appear to have been the idea that he just continue that John McCain's name continues to be brought up as hard for her and her family to grieve in normal way. Yeah. She said. No. She doesn't believe I'll point out too, that the president didn't know about this. She said that she had journalists emailing her all over Memorial Day weekend, giving her a heads up that it was happening. So she said the idea that people didn't know is ridiculous. But yes, it's also impossible for her to go to degrees process. She said because I think it kind of gets lost in these conversations. Her father, the, the Senator had only been dead for ten months. It hasn't even been a year and the fact that his name being brought up gate keeps being used for political purposes. She asked last week that people do not use his name to campaign and part of the presidential elections, which we were seeing some candidates to because it's, it's hard for their family. They're still grieving, the loss of a father, not a US, Senator and political person. Serena Marshall, great stuff as always. Thank you. Thanks guys. Serena Marshall, there in DC with the latest on what that turns out to be the navy. Covering up the name of the USS, John McCain, the question is did the request come from the White House office of military, the White House military office, who in the office might have thought that was a good idea? And then why the navy then took it off. If in fact, somebody did cover it up, was there, some right thinking person on the ship said, we're not going to do that. Took the tarp off bad news for our Kelly. He's just been hit with eleven new charges in Chicago. These are the most serious against him. Some of these charges carry a maximum sentence of thirty years in prison. He's got a now, four counts of aggravated criminal sexual assault, two counts of criminal sexual assault by force to counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, and three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against a victim, who is at least age thirteen and under seventeen. He was already facing ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving four women three of whom were minors. These new charges apparently pertained to a single victim, who's just identified in the court papers as j p. Our Kelly couldn't happen to a nicer guy. We come back. Mark Saltzman is going to join us. The host of host of tech it out to the podcast that you hear on the iheartradio app, and also the author of does hundreds, I thought you were gonna say, host of dark secret place, the dozens hundred dozens of hundreds of articles about technology and we'll talk with him coming up in just a few minutes on the Gary and Shannon shots. What's happening? Hey, girl. Hey Riverside County fire crews are still doing that control burn near lake Mathews within the Estill mountain reserve. The forty acre prescribed burns shit wrap up by about three this afternoon. It's part of an effort to keep a major fire for moving into the reserve and to provide a safe passage for people in emergency vehicles. A man who set himself on fire at a park near the White House has died. Police say the man you real quick fam- odyssey cruises up their game. If you're thinking about maybe a romantic night out with the lava, or maybe you just want to go ahead and enjoy the beautiful scenery of DC. 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"serena marshall" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Democrats win with numbers that are less than overwhelming. In her words, the president might contest the results, and then won't voluntarily cede power comes after the president retweeted a conservative religious leaders post over the weekend at set quote. Trump should have two years added to his first term as payback for the time stolen by this corrupt failed coup, unquote. Trump's former lawyer Michael Michael Cohen also warned during his congressional testimony that he fears if the president loses in twenty twenty he says, they will never be a peaceful transition of power. Well, the battle continues in Washington over the Muller report, the Torney general William bar facing a contempt of congress tomorrow if deals not reached. Don't even talk about it from Capitol Hill. ABC's Serena Marshall high. Serena. Hi, how are you Nicole not too bad? Not too bad. Right. So House Democrats say they're going to meet with the today. So what's happening there? Yeah. So the basically one last ditch effort to come to an agreement before the House Judiciary committee holds that though on the contempt charge now day said they had no choice, but to hold the attorney general in contempt for not meeting their Monday subpoena deadline to provide the full text of the report along with the underlying documents to all members of congress, but the attorney general late yesterday evening came back to them and said, let's have one more meeting to try and co two concrete to try to come to final terms on this. So we don't go to this contempt charge. Now, the judiciary committee tears saying if they can't make concrete progress today, they are still moving towards that vote tomorrow racist say they do come to a deal on this. They get to see the report at this point. Do we know what their next steps are when they see it. They want to see the full report to know all the underlying evidentiary. Documents as well. And that is where the standoff has been over because the attorney general had said previously, you certain members of congress who say on certain boards high level chairs, for example, the gang of eight can come to the to the Justice department and see this report in its unredacted form. But you can't take any notes out with you. When you leave. You can't come with anyone, but one eight and the House Judiciary and House Democrats in general that's not good enough. We had a vote in the house for the full report to be available to every member of congress. This isn't mean, the general public will see that unredacted report. But they want to be able to have the underlying documents along with the full report at their discretion at their disposal, so to speak so they can move forward on other investigations that they're currently are ongoing other fights that are currently ongoing in the house. All right. So they meet today. They can't come to a deal on this. Then tomorrow this plant, contempt of congress vote tell us more about what that entails. Exactly. Well, I had to go to share committee. They'll have this vote in the judiciary official markup, and they'll decide to. To hold the the attorney general in contempt of congress one vote on in the committee has to go to the full house floor Donald probably happen later in the week. If it goes down this path now, I they're going to move forward on a criminal contempt charge. That would likely go to the DC district court judge is a Trump appointee and will likely to further the Justice department on this. Meaning they won't take up the case. But then the House Democrats can move towards a civil court case that would also end up in federal court, and it would be up to that judge then to decide if they need to provide that full unredacted Muller report for that subpoena or not now that fight could continue on both ends you could see appeals the very last option on we're unlikely to see congress could use donors their inherent subpoena power their inherent contempt. Power in order to hold the attorney general in contempt that would come with a fine and possibly jail time. That's a pappy expect these Democrats to go down instead, this'll be a protracted legal battle. All right. A lot of great information trying to break all this down for us ABC's serene. Marshall, always a pleasure. Thanks for joining us today. It's eleven nineteen and with former vice president Joe Biden thrown his hat into the ring to run for the democratic nomination his wife. Dr Jill Biden is back out there on the campaign trail with him in an interview on CBS this morning, MRs Biden commented on the women who said her husband made them feel uncomfortable. Oh, he's learned that he needs to give people their space. Look these women who have come forward at this woman in particular. You know, really was courageous. And I have said I have been in a similar situation happened years and years ago, and at that time, I didn't say anything because women never used to say anything. Now, they speak up. Dr Biden also saying while the White House has said, it's us and them. She says Joe convener and brings people together. And she says, that's what this country really desperately needs. And first lady Melania Trump be best initiative against bullying turning one year old today. And to celebrate this White House ceremony happening this hour. The first lady the president both in attendance. Mrs Trump says she knows she will be hit with criticism talking about cyber bullying since her husband is notorious for using Twitter to bash his rivals. But she tells ABC news, she doesn't always agree with what he posts. But his action is his action and it won't stop her to do. What's right? Well, it's eleven twenty. Plenty of roadwork holding things up out there on the roads. We'll check. In on traffic and weather together. Just about two minutes out. Stay here listening.
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"They were contributors in many cases, Hillary Clinton hate of with the patch. And how they pick this panel. I don't know, and they came up with no collusion, and they actually also came up with no obstruction. But our attorney general rule based on the information that was no obstruction. So you have no collusion. No. I talk with ABC's. Serena Marshall about all this coming up here on WBZ lawyers representing plaintiffs in a trial about sexual abuse in the boy scouts have revealed that internal records show more than seven thousand adult leaders may have abused more than twelve thousand scouts since nineteen forty four in many cases, the lawyer say there is no record of the scouts turning those allegations over to Thorens Mitchell Garabedian an attorney who has represented sexual abuse. Victims says this is typical what we have here is another blueprint of sexual abuse venison children by so called trusted as well. L supervises turn their backs on innocent children and related secrecy. In a statement that boy scout says nothing is more important than the safety and protection of children in scouting. And we are outraged that there have been times when individuals took advantage of our programs to abuse innocent children, Massachusetts voters who commute to work want action from the state government to do something about the strain roads and public transit systems that make commuting nightmare for many amass Inc. Poll found seventy two percent of the respondents felt stressed angry and frustrated and reported being regularly late to work. Sixty three percent of public transit users report being late to work eighty percent of voters in the poll want the state to raise new money to invest in the transportation system, including improved public transit and road infrastructure, and a new survey that new survey doesn't tell us anything. We don't already know. Traffic is a nightmare for north shore commuters, it's especially bad with the Tobin under construction WBZ's. Karyn regal updates us on a new push for the Lynn ferry. Millions were spent for this ferry terminal on Lynn off Lynn way. And there's no one here, but the ferry may sail again, they're Thomas mcgee's office tells me a four point five million dollar federal grant for a dedicated ferry. We'll be put out to bid this summer after a number of short seasons of least ferries. Lynn state Senator Brendan Crichton says the north shore needs transit help now and the water is the roadway when you take out the Tobin bridge or limited capacity, if we'll folks shifting over to the Sumner in traffic's really become unbearable. The city of lit also.
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"According to one official, and that requests would include the capabilities the needs for help along the border. Serena Marshall, ABC news. White house. Now, the latest traffic and weather together right now, there's an accident being reported Montgomery road, east of Langdon farm road. Otherwise, despite some of the construction work Elian on no accidents delays on any of the major interstates are highways. Now the Linda's forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center, we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear, dentists dot com. The forecast partly cloudy skies right into daybreak morning. Low of forty eight degrees now for the rest of our Saturday, partly sunny, a high of sixty eight at night will cloud up and see a rain chance around midnight, a low of fifty for Sunday. It's a nine first warning weather alert day, rain and thunderstorms hit the tristate and right now, there's a likelihood of severe storms a high of sixty nine from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist, Steve Raleigh. News Radio seven hundred wwl w currently it's clear skies in fifty one degrees news as service of group progressive insurance and also idea providing truck insurance for over forty years, a very given in the case of about the county woman accused of causing a three year old's death. Arden you'll be Lindsey Barton was found guilty by a Butler county jury of murder and other charges Friday night. The babysitter was tried for the death of three year old Hannah west she last year. The prosecution said pardon beat the little girl partner is going to be sentenced on may ninth. And she is facing a mandatory sentence of life behind bars with parole possible after fifteen years, I met Reese, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w national weather service says there were no confirmed tornadoes in the Tri state after severe thunderstorms moved through Friday morning in Kentucky damage was surveyed in Erlanger in Warsaw, an Indiana, Switzerland county, it was determined that the damage was caused by straight line winds and tornadoes, but any f one tornado did touchdown in Oldham county, which is just north of Louisville wins renovated in that tornado at one hundred miles per hour in Indiana man was killed in a motorcycle crash Friday. Eight fifty one year old David Newman of Bloomington was writing east on US fifty in Jackson township when he couldn't have. Negotiate a curve in the road left the road and struck a ditch overturning Newman died at the scene. He was not wearing a helmet. The crash is.
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"I was just reading John that tick tock has a competitor face going to try to launch them. They called LASSO to compete the tick tock just keep trying to one up each other. Yeah, that's pretty common for Facebook. Try to copy whatever training, but the users are not track tracking LASSO. All right. Thanks so much all right in his public testimony before the house oversight committee and just a few minutes. Michael Cohen expected to provide documentation of his reimbursement for that one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment made to adult film star stormy. Daniels. Cohen is expected to show. The panel assign check according to a person familiar with the testimony ABC news is also learned that Cohen will make some public make public some of President Trump's private financial statements and alleged that Trump at times inflated or deflated his net worth for business or personal purposes, including avoiding paying property taxes and joining us now live is ABC's. Serena Marshall with more on what we might learn today. Serena Christina, Dan, this is really quite remarkable. Testimony is scheduled to begin in just about thirty minutes. Now, the man who once said he would take a bullet for President Trump essentially saying I am protecting. You know, more here is not only my written testimony, which he say he's also providing documents to back up that testimony as the president in the White House says why should you believe him? He's a liar maiocco insane. I lied on behalf of you. You are individual one, and I did it to protect you. And I'm no longer doing that. Now cone is going to start a three year prison term in just a couple of months for for the campaign finance violation that hush money that he paid to to the the mistress. Or or alleged mistress of the president? So what does he have to gain out of this testimony? Well, Dan, what he's gonna do is gonna show reimbursement payments of the president made to to Michael Cohen and therefore show that President Trump is individual one in that whole scheme to violate SEC SEC financial contributions, and by giving the testimony Michael Cohen is saying I'm not just doing this to avoid a shorter prison term, in fact in his prepared remarks. He says if the president offered me a deal offered to shorten my sentence or commune my sentence in some way, I would not accept it. I'm doing this. Because I want to prove to my family to the American people and to congress. I am not a liar that I did these things because I was brainwashed. Essentially by the power of of the Trump family of the power that Mr. Trump gave to me, and that now he wants to clean conscience, and he wants to go away to prison knowing that he did what he could at Cording to those who spoken with him. And and spoken to us before he starts at prison sentence. All right. Thank you so much for your. A report appreciate it. ABC's? Serena Marshall, it is six twenty six with Christina, Madonna, and Dan Mitchelson. Let's bring in Brian Noble's again for a check of our traffic troublespot. Brian only accident right now is in south sat Gerber rooted, elk grove Florin road. Somebody hit some standing water in spun off the roadway. Good news. His didn't get hurt. C H is on the scene there now, but it does serve as a reminder. That's out there. So watch it. All right, traffic and weather together coming up in three minutes also families.
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"These headlines now congress demanding answers from former FBI director Andrew McCabe regarding his confirmation of a counter intelligence investigation against President Trump. They could also summon deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein to explain alleged comments about invoking the twenty fifth amendment against Trump. A new Bill might lower the voting age know, Oregon to sixteen lawmakers and youth activists say if sixteen year olds can be tried as adults in criminal trials. They should be allowed to vote. Automatically voters will decide whether to make Oregon the first state law to allow this. Well, the Trump administration faces another lawsuit over the president's emergency declaration to build a border wall and ABC's. Serena Marshall is following the story and other happenings in DC and spoke with komo's Tom hutler. The ACLU spearheading this lawsuit is one of three lawsuits. The president is facing over his decision to invoke a national emergency declaration to get the fundraise border wall, the latest one, and you said the American Civil Liberties union ACLU filing in San Francisco and just like the other ones which were filed by the sixteen stays led by California and one filed by Public Citizen here in DC. They are claiming the president overstepped his authority as the president and making this declaration, and there's no justification for an emergency declaration. And and that he's usurping the power of the purse that congress hold and also part of these lawsuits, we should point out is inclusion of landowners who could have their land seized by the federal government for the building of the wall and environmentalists who are concerned about how this could impact species on the ground where the border wall would go out also today. President Trump denying a New York Times report that alleges he tried to undermine investigations. Yeah. The president responded on Twitter, he called New York Times the enemy of the people. He's not pleased with this reporting. Not a typical response from the president. But I like that reporting to one that's happening with the president said I predicted this is going to happen. He said it's going go up through the ninth circuit court of appeals and two of those lawsuits will go to the night circuit court, one of them, the DC one will not but the president thinks and those lawsuits he will prevail. Ultimately at the supreme court, but we should point out that will likely be more than a year away, especially if the end up getting an injunction against any of those funds being used that means the president will only have the one point one point five billion dollars or so there was appropriated by congress. In the meantime, finally, Serena with another Democrats throwing their hat into the presidential race money is kind of the measuring stick of how they will likely fair. And it looks like Bernie Sanders is to a great start. Yeah. He's up and running. They are posting nearly six million dollars raised in the first twenty four hours after announcing just yesterday that he was going to be throwing his into the twenty twenty ring by comparison. Kamala Harris raised about one and a half million dollars on the twenty four hours. After her announcement of running Bernie Sanders is the most recognizable name so far. Join the twenty twenty race. But those big numbers, according to the campaign are saying demonstration of a level of grassroots support of unprecedented size and excitement. Serena thanks for the update very well. Very well done, and we'll talk to you soon. ABC's? Serena Marshall in Washington, six citgo company executives five of them. US citizens have been in jail for fifteen months in Venezuelan with her family say are inhumane conditions McGuire has the update on the weekend before thanksgiving 2017, six top Citco executives were called to Caracas by the head of Venezuela. The state run oil company for an emergency meeting once there they were arrested by the government under nNcholas Maduro five of the six are Americans, including a doll his daughter, Christina Vidal says they are determined to get him and the others released. My father stink strong for us. And we are not gonna stop, and we're not going to give up until we can bring him home. The six are being kept in a cell with some eighty other prisoners. They have seen their preliminary hearing. Postponed a dozen times. Maduro also purge. The state run oil company sending dozen sa- jail, including its president who died in custody. I'm Tim Maguire one of the big stories out of Moscow today. Russian President Vladimir Putin has gone into some detail on the steps he will take if missiles are deployed in Europe. Here's Charles de LA desma. Putin has reaffirmed Russia who not I deploy new intermediate range missiles, but won't a quick retaliation. If the US put such weapons in Europe on the said, it is state of the nation address. They will take an ten to twelve minutes to reach Moscow, adding it would be a very serious threat to us, and we would have to respond. Putin noted that the Russian will be asymmetrical and evolve new weapons to each decision making centers. He said just as quickly hasn't specified, which the new era. Russian weapons will do the job. I'm to the desma. Komo news time twelve twenty your KOMO propel insurance money update. Now positive day on Wall Street had been mixed earlier. The Dow is up sixty eight points at twenty five thousand nine fifty nine the NASDAQ two points higher at seventy four eighty nine in the s&p five hundred up about six points. Garment maker of fitness trackers, and navigation technology is up after reporting better sales today. Southwest Airlines in the business news lashing out with the union representing its mechanics suggesting that they are purposely grounding planes in order to gain leverage in new contract negotiations. The union says that southwest escape goading the mechanics in Warren that the conflict does not bode well for.
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"A measles outbreak in the Pacific northwest has health officials Mary concerned ABC's Matt Guzman is reporting from the source of where that outbreak began. This outbreak obviously started here in the Portland slash Ben Cooper, Washington area. There were doesn't public places and about ten emergency rooms and clinics that had exposure, and the incredible thing about the measles is if you get it you are not likely to die, but it is incredibly contagious. It can linger in the air for two hours after an infected person left the room. And you can carry it without knowing it for seven to twenty one days ABC's, Matt Gutman reporting, the leaders and experts of our national intelligence sat down yesterday with congress to share their current global threat assessment some of which contradicts the president and his administration. ABC's Serena Marshall with more North Korea, Iran and Russia. Those are the biggest threats facing our nation, according to US intelligence chiefs and much of what they said have contradicted their own commander-in-chief. Isis is intent on resurging and still commands thousands of fighters in Iraq and Syria dream national intelligence, Dan Coats, saying we should not underestimate terror groups like ISIS, even as the president claimed last month, we have one against ISIS on North Korea. The CIA director said the regime is committed to developing long-range, armed missiles and on Iran. They said they don't believe they're undertaking activities to produce a nuclear device. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington. We're going to go live to Washington at five fifty and talk more with this with ABC's. Karen Travers about the assessment and going forward. One last chance for Great Britain's leaders to figure out their withdrawal from the EU and try to do it. As painless as possible, we get the latest on Brexit ABC's. Tom rivers politicians have given Theresa May one last roll of the dice her job. Go back to Brussels again and seek concessions to strike a revised deal or Britain crashes out of the EU UK business secretary Richard Harrington relevant points is the prime minister yesterday has given herself two weeks motions pass motions don't concert. She's giving it two weeks before she's back at the dispatch sports and there's a repeat of yesterday. Bad news, though, for may be you officials say they're not in the mood to negotiate any changes to the withdrawal agreement. Tom rivers, ABC, news, London and closing arguments in the trial of an Tories druglord ABC's, Michelle friends and with the latest after eleven weeks of testimony from dozens of witnesses about drug smuggling corruption and murder. Federal prosecutors in the trial of notorious drug Lord known as El Chapo will begin closing arguments. The former chief of the. Senator Loa drug cartel. Whose name is Joaquin Guzman did not testify those who did told the jury of how goose mon- paid bribes to Mexican leaders used electric monitoring to track his wife and mistresses and escaped from authorities. The defense called one witness if found guilty of some of the most serious charges Chapo could get life in prison. Michelle Franzen ABC news, just about five forty five sports as we check in with Mike Reiss. Roger goodell. I guess today giving I I do you call it. The state of the NFL addressed kind of Israel. His if it's his official state of the league, but it is sort of his annual Super Bowl address. Do you find it curious, and maybe he doesn't care that? He's he did not address if you want to say, the the kerfuffle for lack of a better term with the Rams and saints, but probably going to take a barrage of questions about that. I don't think he cares at all. Because I think part of that would be not to speak for him. But to speak for him. He told the saints that they blew it. So from that standpoint, I mean, what are you going to tell the saints fans that are gonna make him? I'm not saying it. I just always wanted to own it and say we made a mistake will get better. I just never feel like he ever says, we'll figure it out. We did something wrong and move forward didn't publicly very recalcitrant to me. I don't know if I'd go that far. Okay. I I'm just not sure what he would say publicly that would make anybody Fedor. But even just from the standpoint, we own it. We'll figure it out. I guess, and I guess I guess everybody knows he said that to the saints. But it meant, you know, who knows I'm interested to see if he takes any questions are billion. If people have questions about the Broncos ownership situation things like that. We have not heard from the Commissioner talk about that issue since Bill Boland and Beth bowl and filed their lawsuit. We'll see what happens he should be speaking around eleven or eleven thirty mountain time crazy year for former Broncos running back CJ Anderson released by the Broncos played for the Panthers played for the raiders joined the Rams in December. The now is a chance to win his second Super Bowl ring. He told our sister station, orange and blue seven sixty. It's been a wild ride up the backup running back at the Carolina Panthers is having a was having a controversy about while on our plan on a backup right back with the Rams or is getting all this media at start wasn't a backup, right? No disrespect. I worked hard to be in a position. I am in the day. You know, if I can attest to start somewhere, drew data be great. But right now, I the opportunity sent in front of me to go win my second championship. And that's. Cool. He got it rains in pats kickoff Sunday four thirty mountain time nuggets on the road. Again, they'll take on the pelicans in New Orleans much uncertainty surrounding New Orleans after star forward. Anthony Davis came public with the trade request earlier this week. He was fined fifty thousand dollars, by the way, beat for that requests because players and agents can't publicly requested trade, by way of the CBA guard drew holiday said the team will handle this like pros where people feel like maybe just giving a heads up to the organization trying to be respectful or somebody's upset and doesn't want to be there anymore for like you see all the time. So nothing really new pelicans upset the rockets last night in Houston. One Twenty-one one sixteen Davis has missed five straight games with a sprained finger. Let's hope he makes it six in a row nuggets. And pelicans tip at six o'clock. College hoops last night men's action Boise state beat CSU you seventy to sixty eight couple of the top twenty five results. Number one. Tennessee rolls on beat South Carolina ninety two. Two to seventy third ranked Virginia squeaks by North Carolina State in OT sixty six sixty five Kansas falls to number eleven Texas down in Austin, Seventy-three, sixty three tonight air force at San Diego State, and that'll be in men's play women. Go at it here in the springs, Wyoming, men and women versus Fresno state, you women take on Boise state. That is a check of sports comes up at fifteen and forty five on KOA, NewsRadio the home of the Broncos buffs in Rockies. Most of us carry a balance on a credit cards. And if you're like me, you probably don't think much of it. Well, maybe we should report show that U S households pay an average of twelve hundred dollars a year in credit card interest. That's an incredible figure, thankfully, your untapped home. Equity is an easy way out of high interest debt and low.
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"It. Serena Marshall with that story. We'll have more coming up with Len Berman and Michael Riedel. It's part of their big three. Looks like mayor de Blasios may be ready to test the presidential waters after unveiling two major proposals. He's going on a national tour. He'll focus on the city today, though, he'll deliver the state of the city address later this morning. Blasio says his speech is going to serve as a signal that more progressive policies are needed both locally and nationally. He's expected to focus on his proposals that he rolled out this week healthcare for all and mandatory paid days off, and these are the mayor thinks will work nationally. Now, the Blasio says the theme of his six state of the city speech will focus on overcoming income inequality. I'm Scott Pringle for seven ten W. O R NYPD looking into a violent arrested in Washington heights. Video shows cops beating the two suspects with batons. No. But the PBA says the suspects were causing trouble in the subway, and they swung at the cops. When they asked him to move mayor de Blasio says he's going to look into the situation. I don't have all the facts yet. I'm waiting to get them. But I want to emphasize any time an officer tell someone they're going put be put under arrest. It is the individual to comply with the officers order and not resist. Well, not everyone in New York is on board with that plan to legalize marijuana. A stock top state agency now warning about the dangers of New York. State association of county. Health officials is far from stoke done legalizing recreational pot director, Sarah raven health sites on thera- q dot com, an increase in traffic depth center -mergency room that the ten states that have legalized pot, and the fact that marijuana stays in a mother's breast milk for up to six days. She also considers pot a gateway drug and believes it's hypocritical to crack down on cigarette smoking and at the same time legalized pot smoking Alice Stockton, Rosellini seven ten wwl news time now for traffic. Check. Here's bernie. Up to forty five minutes..
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"The scene is the market restaurant along French avenue here in Sanford, and it is a really cool spot. Good crowd here. Thanks to our listeners who have come out for gene on the scene. All right. Joining me live right now is ABC's. Serena Marshall, Serena great to have you here for an update on it. Looks like we are going into next week with this partial government shutdown because the Democrats took over the house they pass bills to reopen the government of but nobody on the other side likes either of them. No, that's right team. The government shutdown is definitely continuing. Although there is a meeting afternoon or later this morning should say between the president and congressional leaders. He summoned them to the White House yesterday was a bit confusing though because we've heard about this meeting before the democratic leadership dead, and they didn't get that invite until later in the afternoon, but yesterday the Democrats took over the house Nancy Pelosi reelected as speaker of the house second time, she told that vision and her first order of business was passing those two bills to reopen the government now what those two bills do is. They would separate out the department of homeland security the first Bill would open all government agencies with funding through the end of the fiscal year, accepted, the second one would give us about a months worth of funding. So they could hopefully hammer out some kind of a deal on immigration, the already Mitch McConnell has said we're not taking it up already to president issued a veto threat. Overnight saying that if they did come to him, he would not let it go three would-be, tow, it we don't see Mitch McConnell. Wanting to put the president in that position. But we're starting to see breaks with ranks over on the Republican side in the Senate. Okay. But overall, nothing's really changing the government shutdown. We'll see how that shakes out later on today and one more Serena Marshall. Speaking now about the Democrats they took over the house, and it doesn't seem like anything new is going to be getting done as far as in agreement on on anything. Well, it's a tough position. Now for the president has. I have to shift a little bit because he has to work with both chambers of commerce both chambers of congress. And now Democrats do hold that house and Nancy Pelosi and her speech yesterday made it very clear we are in co equal to the president. That's a new reality now for the White House to have to deal with Nancy Pelosi is making sure that she is putting her Mark on congress. She's saying very clearly yesterday, we are not giving him that wall. So now, they're going to have to sit down and come to some kind of an agreement to see if there are priorities. They can move forward together on and work together on for the country. ABC's? Serena Marshall, part of our team coverage here on Orlando's morning news part of these seven AM expanded newsfeed. It's seven twelve at news ninety six point five WDBO..