TRUMP AGENDA: The shutdown is inflicting $1 billion per week in financial harm
Economists are warning that there could possibly be a recession if the shutdown drags on.
Here is our wrap of yesterday’s blowup.
The New York Instances seems to be at Invoice Shine’s position because the communications director for a president who thinks he is his personal finest messenger.
Texas landowners are on the point of battle Trump on the wall, the AP experiences.
The Washington Put up writes about how Trump’s negotiating ways are failing him now.
The shutdown is inflicting about $1 billion per week in financial harm, POLITICO writes
Eight Home Republicans broke with Trump yesterday on shutdown technique.
The Coast Guard Assist Program advised that workers making an attempt to get by with out pay might strive a storage sale.
The Instances seems to be again at Rod Rosenstein’s profession.
The White Home authorized workforce is getting ready a protection of Trump’s govt privilege, writes the Washington Put up.
THE DEM AGENDA: Questioning Mnuchin
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will face questions from Home lawmakers on his latest determination to raise sanctions on firms linked to a Russian oligarch.
Democrats will quiz AG nominee William Barr about his views of the Mueller probe.
2020: Steyer will not run
Here is Ali Vitali on Tom Steyer’s transfer to not run for president.
A prime Bernie Sanders adviser has been accused of forcibly kissing a subordinate in 2016, POLITICO experiences.
Elizabeth Warren is headed to New Hampshire.
POLITICO experiences on tensions between Rick Scott and Ron DeSantis.