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WATCH: Previewing Week Ahead in Congress

Congressional leaders are turning their sights to national security as they mull several proposals tackling the Department of Homeland Security, the Syrian withdrawal, and the government shutdown. One America’s Ethan Viveiros takes a look at what’s on the docket for this week in Congress.



Pres. Trump: MSM will have a very hard time restoring credibility

President Trump is disappointed with news outlets after Special Counsel Robert Mueller debunks the BuzzFeed story about him allegedly directing Michael Cohen to lie to Congress. On Twitter Saturday, the president said “many people are saying that the mainstream media will have a very hard time restoring credibility, because of the way they have treated me over the past three years, including the election lead-up, as highlighted by the disgraceful BuzzFeed story, and the even more disgraceful coverage!”


WATCH: Previewing Week Ahead in Congress

As we enter the second week of the month, several proposed bills in Congress are scheduled to move forward for a House Committee vote in the coming days. One America’s Ethan Viveiros takes a look at what’s on the docket in the upcoming week in Congress.


Partial government shutdown enters day 22, longest federal closure in U.S. history

It is officially the longest federal shut down in U.S. history, as the White House and congress continue to be at an impasse over border security. Congress has adjourned until Monday, and there are no signs of a compromise spending deal coming anytime soon. President Trump said he’s holding off for now on declaring a national emergency over the border, and is calling on Democrats to make a deal to end the shutdown.