Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell continues to question Democrats motives as it relates to the partial government shutdown.
Senator Lindsey Graham says President Trump is “not going to give in” on the shutdown fight over border security funding.During an interview Sunday, Graham said the President should open the government for a short period of time before he pulls the plug on solving the funding issue through Congress.
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.
Top House Republicans are demanding answers from an attorney, who’s looking into allegations of surveillance abuse at the Department of Justice and the FBI.
North Carolina’s District Nine election becomes even more scandalous, following new allegations of poll worker misconduct. One America’s Meghann Dyke takes a look at the latest claims of ballot leaking.