President Donald Trump on Saturday launched a new plan to end the government shutdown, offering temporary protection from deportations for some undocumented immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion in wall funding.
President Trump cancels Pelosi's overseas trip citing the shutdown as reason. “Dear Madame Speaker,” the letter begins, “Due to the Shutdown, I am sorry to inform you that your trip to Brussels, Egypt, and Afghanistan have been postponed.”
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi has sent a letter to President Donald Trump asking to move the day of the State of the Union address or deliver it in writing, citing security concerns from the ongoing government shutdown.
Teacher and Chair of Save Our Schools Arizona Beth Lewis joins to talk about Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's State of the State Address and if she thinks officers should be at all the schools that need one.
Trump lashes out everywhere amid Russia scrutiny, "I never worked for Russia, and you know that answer better than anybody," Trump said, calling the entire investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Moscow "a whole big fat hoax."
President Trump on Thursday visited the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas and argued a barrier made of steel would deter human trafficking and drugs, amid stalled negotiations with Democrats over funding the border project and ending the partial government shutdown.
President Trump delivered his speech saying he will not open up the Government without funding for a border wall, as Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi demand Trump to re-open the Government and then work on border security
KTAR Political Analyst Dr. Mike O'Neil joins to give his reaction to President Trump and democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer speeches to the nation on the Government shutdown and border security.
President Trump will make a case to a national television audience for long-sought border wall funding, but he is not expected to declare a national emergency that could empower him to move forward with construction without congressional consent.
Martha McSally and Kyrsten Sinema made history as the state’s first federal female senators, while U.S. Reps. Ann Kirkpatrick and Debbie Lesko were among the record-high 102 women who were sworn into the House.