Democrats Deliver Response to Trump's Prime Time Address
Democrats Deliver Response to Trump's Prime Time Address
Rep. Hoyer: Dems Could Sue If Trump Declares Nat'l Emergency on Border
09 January, 2019, 19:40
Trump also suggested that other people, including rich liberals, build walls "not because they hate the people outside but because they love the people inside".
At the prime time of 9pm, TV networks will show Trump in the Oval Office, typically a projection of power used by presidents before him to address the nation at times of crisis or tragedy.
It's unclear what comes next in the president's border wall funding fight, although he will be meeting with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill Wednesday, and congressional leaders will come to the White House Wednesday afternoon.
The POTUS also blamed the Democrats for the ongoing governmental shutdown.
Tuesday night's primetime address saw both camps drifting even further apart, with Trump declaring a "humanitarian and security crisis" and vowing to protect America, "so help me God" - and Democratic congressional leaders saying Trump is working to "manufacture a crisis, stoke fear and divert attention from the turmoil in his administration". But he did not mention that Tuesday night. People expect their government to work.
Drugs, terrorists, violent criminals, and child traffickers trying to enter our country though our southern border.
Salah wins African Footballer of the Year again
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Russian lawyer at Trump Tower meeting charged in unrelated case
As part of that representation, the indictment accuses her of misrepresenting a declaration that she submitted to a federal judge. Mr Trump's son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner, and top campaign aide Paul Manafort also attended the June 9, 2016, meeting.
Trump, who has long railed against illegal immigration at the border, has recently seized on humanitarian concerns to argue there is a broader crisis that can only be solved with a wall.
Meanwhile, people at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport say their minds are made up on the issue, and the speech will not sway them, either way. "So sad. So awful".
After Trump said that "innocent people" are being "horribly victimized" by immigrants who commit crimes, Smith quickly added perspective.
Trump and White House officials have reportedly been discussing the idea of declaring a national emergency to allow him to move forward with the wall without Congress approving the $5.7bn he is demanding. "At the request of Democrats it will be a steel barrier rather than a concrete wall".
Trump was almost halfway through his 9-minute address before he mentioned the wall, describing it as a request from law enforcement rather than his longstanding political pledge.
Trump sought to put the blame on Democrats for the standoff, saying they "will not fund border security". "Unfortunately, President Trump keeps rejecting the bipartisan House-passed bills". The administration says it will act on its own to ensure the refunds.
He said the designs feature metal bars that create a "pinch point" when activated, often by people trying to get into the boxes. He said the locks would have to be robust, however, so they couldn't be opened with a crow bar.
Binotto had reportedly been chosen previously as Arrivabene's successor by former Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne, who died in July. Vettel will be hoping Binotto's appointment can help him overcome Hamilton and Mercedes to win a fifth world title in 2019.
Under changes in the bid reached in negotiations, he will have until Wednesday afternoon to make a $120 million cash payment. It gives Sears a chance to survive, which appeared to be slipping way heading into the hearing.
She said no one reported that incident exclusively out of fear, and she believes there's been other abuse throughout the years. Employees only realized that the woman was pregnant when she began to make moaning sounds while she was delivering the baby.
That's the view of the Henley Passport Index , which periodically measures the access each country's travel document affords. Elsewhere in Asia, China jumped nearly 20 places in just two years, from 85th in 2017 to 69th this year.
Google Assistant has been around for two and a half years now and has been installed on almost one billion devices globally. Anywhere people from around the world come together - airports, stadiums, museums, etc. - could be a target for Google.
AGP made a decision to snap ties with the BJP over the Citizenship Bill , which they say will make the Assam Accord "meaningless". Besides Opposition parties, Bharatiya Janata Party's allies Shiv Sena and JD (U) would also oppose the Bill in Parliament .
The couple's loved-up posts in the New Year had gone viral while raising the bar for romantic affection for couples everywhere. On the work front, Anushka was last seen in Aanand L Rai directorial Zero alongside Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif.
Economists say that is too little time to resolve a laundry list of irritants in trade relations. -China trade talks resumed. The voyage of the USS McCampbell marks the first publicized FONOP operation of the U.S.in the South China Sea for 2019.
Kevin Hart emphatically says he won't host the Oscars
Hart then said he found Lemon's first speech "upsetting", which is why he reached out to the host. "You're the best", Rock said. Hart stepped down days after being announced in December following a backlash over tweets he posted between 2009 and 2011.
Buccaneers hire Arians as head coach
Ever since the Jon Gruden era fizzled out, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been despite for a true identity and a winning culture. Jason Licht is the general manager of the Bucs and worked in the Cardinals front office while Arians coached in Arizona.
Oil prices rise over 2 percent on trade talk optimism
Consultancy JBC Energy said it was likely that USA crude production was "significantly above 12 million bpd" by early January. But looming over the OPEC-led cuts is a surge in USA oil supply, driven by a steep rise in onshore shale drilling.
Who is Rahaf al-Qunun, why is her life in danger?
Saudi Arabia's human rights record has been under heavy scrutiny since the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi late past year . Robertson told CBC's As it Happens that the 18-year old was confined to her room for nearly six months.