President Donald Trump Threatens To Close Border Next Week: 'We're Not Playing Games' | NBC News



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Trump Mocks Democrats And Their Policies In Vegas Speech | Sunday TODAY



TRUMP PRIMED FOR A POLITICAL FIGHT ON MANY FRONTS. FIGHT ON MANY FRONTS. BACK AT THE WHITE HOUSE LATE BACK AT THE WHITE HOUSE LATE SATURDAY AFTER HITTING THE ROAD SATURDAY AFTER HITTING THE ROAD AND HITTING DEMOCRATS. AND HITTING DEMOCRATS. >> THEY HAVE BECOME THE PARTY OF >> THEY HAVE BECOME THE PARTY OF HIGH TAXES, OPEN BORDERS, LATE HIGH TAXES, OPEN BORDERS, LATE TERM ABORTION, CRIME, WITCH TERM ABORTION, CRIME, WITCH HUNTS AND DELUSIONS. HUNTS AND DELUSIONS. >> Reporter: LYNCHING DEMOCRATS >> Reporter: LYNCHING DEMOCRATS AND THE MUELLER INVESTIGATION ON AND THE MUELLER INVESTIGATION ON TWITTER. TWITTER. WHY SHOULD I BE DEFENDING A WHY SHOULD I BE DEFENDING A FRAUDULENT RUSSIAN WITCH HUNT. FRAUDULENT RUSSIAN WITCH HUNT. IT’S ABOUT TIME THE PERPETRATORS IT’S ABOUT TIME THE PERPETRATORS ON THIS FRAUD ON ME AND THE ON THIS FRAUD ON ME AND THE AMERICAN PEOPLE START DEFENDING AMERICAN PEOPLE START DEFENDING THEIR DISHONEST AND TREASON NEWS THEIR DISHONEST AND TREASON NEWS ACTS. ACTS. IN FULL CAMPAIGN STYLE HE MOCKED IN FULL CAMPAIGN STYLE HE MOCKED DEMOCRATS POLICIES AND PEOPLE DEMOCRATS POLICIES AND PEOPLE AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN NEW AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL GREEN NEW DEAL. DEAL. >> PROPOSED BY A WONDERFUL YOUNG >> PROPOSED BY A WONDERFUL YOUNG BARTENDER, 29 YEARS OLD. BARTENDER, 29 YEARS OLD. 29. 29. >> Reporter: THE LAS VEGAS >> Reporter: THE LAS VEGAS AUDIENCE WAS FRIENDLY AND AUDIENCE WAS FRIENDLY AND INFLUENTIAL. INFLUENTIAL. A LOBBYING GROUP OF JEWISH A LOBBYING GROUP OF JEWISH REPUBLICANS. REPUBLICANS. >> I STOOD WITH PRIME MINISTER >> I STOOD WITH PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU. NETANYAHU. >> Reporter: BUT POLITICS HERE >> Reporter: BUT POLITICS HERE AT HOME PROVOKED AN INFLAMMATORY AT HOME PROVOKED AN INFLAMMATORY PARTISAN CHARGE. PARTISAN CHARGE. >> THE DEMOCRATS HAVE EVEN >> THE DEMOCRATS HAVE EVEN ALLOWED THE TERRIBLE SCOURGE OF ALLOWED THE TERRIBLE SCOURGE OF ANTI-SEMITISM TO TAKE ROOT IN ANTI-SEMITISM TO TAKE ROOT IN THEIR PARTY. THEIR PARTY. >> Reporter: SATURDAY EVENING >> Reporter: SATURDAY EVENING NEW FALLOUT AFTER THE NEW FALLOUT AFTER THE PRESIDENT’S BORDER VISIT. PRESIDENT’S BORDER VISIT. HE TWEETED, WE HAVE REDEPLOYED HE TWEETED, WE HAVE REDEPLOYED 750 AGENTS AT THE SOUTHERN 750 AGENTS AT THE SOUTHERN BORDER’S SPECIFIC PORTS OF ENTRY BORDER’S SPECIFIC PORTS OF ENTRY TO HELP WITH LARGE SCALE SURGE TO HELP WITH LARGE SCALE SURGE OF ILLEGAL MIGRANTS WARNING, OF ILLEGAL MIGRANTS WARNING, THIS WILL CAUSE TRAFFIC AND THIS WILL CAUSE TRAFFIC AND COMMERCIAL DELAYS AND HE HAD A COMMERCIAL DELAYS AND HE HAD A BLUNT MESSAGE FOR MIGRANTS AND BLUNT MESSAGE FOR MIGRANTS AND ASYLUM SEEKERS.

Democratic Presidential Hopefuls Speak Out About Anti-Abortion Laws | NBC Nightly News



tonight could the culture wars now make a comeback as a top issue in 2020 Alabama's new law making virtually every abortion a crime even in cases of rape and incest sparked an intense debate there why are you putting yourself in God's shoes it's not our place as humans to extinguish that life now the measure is becoming a rallying cry nationally for 2020 Democrats alarmed by a growing number of state laws restricting abortion it's nothing short of an attack on women's basic human rights and civil rights Alabama lawmakers have acknowledged their goal is to get the Supreme Court to overturn Roe versus Wade it's something candidate Trump predicted that'll happen automatically in my opinion because I am putting pro-life and justices on the court the president's anti-abortion agenda has energized his conservative supporters but there are critics of the Alabama law one top Republican Kevin McCarthy telling NBC's KC hunt it's too restrictive do you think that law goes too far it goes further than I believe yes while the Alabama measure is a political flashpoint legal experts say it's almost certain the law would be struck down by lower courts and the Supreme Court could choose not to weigh in hey NBC News fans thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching

Former President Barack Obama Sends Letter Honoring Nipsey Hussle | NBC News



we would like to read a letter from the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama sent in regarding the life and celebration of Nipsey Hussle written today this morning at April 11th 2019 the friends and family of Nipsey Hussle I've never met nipsey but I've heard his music through my daughters and after his passing I had the chance to learn more about his transformation and his community work while most folks look at the Crenshaw neighborhood where he grew up and only see gangs bullets and despair Nipsey saw potential he saw hope he saw a community that even through its flaws taught him to always keep going his choice to invest in that community his choice to invest in that community rather than to ignore it to build a Skills Training Center a co-working space in Crenshaw to lift up the Eritrea American community he set an example for young people to follow and as a legacy worth of celebration I hope his memory inspires more good work in Crenshaw and communities like it Michelle and I send our sympathies to Lauren Imani cross and his whole family and to all those who love nipsey sincerely Barack Obama you hey NBC News viewers thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching

Iran supreme leader criticizes politicians amid US tensions



 TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran’s supreme leader publicly chastised the country’s moderate president and foreign minister Wednesday, saying he disagreed with the implementation of the 2015 nuclear deal they had negotiated with world powers  The extraordinary comments by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the first time he’s criticized both politicians by name, came amid tensions with the United States a year after Washington’s withdrawal from the accord  Khamenei has final say on all matters of state, and his blaming the deal’s unraveling limits the influence of President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif — relative moderates within Iran’s Shiite theocracy who had struck the deal  It also shows the growing power of hard-liners. The White House earlier this month sent an aircraft carrier and B-52 bombers to the region over a still-unexplained threat it perceived from Iran  Since that development, Iran has announced it will back away from the atomic accord The United Arab Emirates, meanwhile, alleged that four oil tankers were sabotaged off its coast, and Iranian-allied rebels in Yemen have launched drone attacks into Saudi Arabia  Both Washington and Tehran have said they want to ease heightened tensions in the region in recent days But many fear a miscalculation between the two countries, who have a 40-year history of mistrust, could escalate the situation  Khamenei made the comments before hard-line students gathered for a Ramadan lecture For years, hard-liners have criticized the accord for giving too much away to the West  Khamenei had given his implicit stamp of approval on the deal, which when signed sparked spontaneous celebrations across Iran The accord saw Iran limit its enrichment of uranium in exchange for the lifting of crippling economic sanctions  But the deal has unraveled after Trump’s withdrawal, with the U.S. re-imposing old sanctions and coming up with even stricter new ones  “To some extent, I did not believe in the way that the nuclear deal was implemented,” Khamenei said, according to his official website “Many times I reminded both the president and the foreign minister.” Khamenei has previously warned the West, especially the U S., wasn’t trustworthy. But he hasn’t named the country’s top elected politician and his top diplomat before Wednesday night He’s previously said the two had done the best they could. Even before Trump became president and later withdrew from the deal, there were concerns in Washington that the supreme leader might turn on the agreement if the envisioned sanctions relief fell short of what Tehran expected For that reason, the Obama administration dispatched senior officials to Europe, Asia and elsewhere to explain to foreign governments and countries what was permitted  Former Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew each encouraged foreign investors to do business with Iran so that the benefits of the deal would be apparent to the Iranian people  Since Trump’s pullout last year and the re-imposition of U.S. sanctions in November, remaining parties to the deal have been unable to keep up the pace of relief and Iran’s economy has been significantly harmed, notably because of the loss of revenue from oil exports and the risk of incurring U S. penalties that has dissuaded international companies from opening shop in Iran  The role of the supreme leader within Iranian society, while overseeing its elected representatives, is spiritual rather than political Khamenei acknowledged that in his speech Wednesday night, saying the gravity of the situation called on him to speak  “Our belief is that the leadership should not enter into the executive issues, unless if it affects the entire revolution,” Khamenei said  There was no immediate comment from either Rouhani, who is serving his second four-year term as president, or Zarif  Khamenei did not directly address the ongoing tensions, which include a heightened U S. naval presence in the region. However, during his appearance with the students, one came up to Khamenei with a painting of Revolutionary Guard soldier credited with laying mines targeting U S.-escorted oil tankers in the Persian Gulf during Iran’s 1980s war with Iraq. The Guard says he was killed in a confrontation with the U S. Navy. On Monday, Iran announced it had quadrupled its production capacity of low-enriched uranium Iranian officials made a point to stress that the uranium would be enriched only to the 3 67% limit set under the nuclear deal, making it usable for a power plant but far below what’s needed for an atomic weapon  But by increasing production, Iran soon will exceed the stockpile limitations set by the nuclear accord Tehran has set a July 7 deadline for Europe to set new terms for the deal, or it will enrich closer to weapons-grade levels in a Mideast already on edge  Earlier Wednesday, a prominent reformist lawmaker who chairs parliament’s national security and foreign policy commission stressed that neither Iran nor its proxy allies are seeking armed conflict with the U S. “Under no circumstance will we enter a war,” Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh said, according to the semi-official ILNA news agency “No group can announce that it has entered a proxy war from Iran’s side.” Meanwhile, Iran’s army chief Gen Abdolrahim Mousavi alleged without providing evidence that Saudi Arabia and the U S. were behind the sabotage of the oil tankers off the UAE, as well as a rocket that landed near the U S. Embassy in Baghdad. The U.S. has blamed Iran for both incidents without publicly offering evidence America also has evacuated nonessential diplomatic staff from Iraq amid the tensions  The U.S. Air Force also announced Wednesday that a B-52 bomber deployed to America’s vast Al-Udeid Air Base over the tensions took part in a formation flight with Qatari fighter jets That comes as Qatar has grown closer to Iran after facing a nearly two-year boycott by four Arab nations also allied with the U S. “This flight was conducted to continue building military-to-military relationships” with Qatar, the Air Force said  ___ Gambrell reported from Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Associated Press writers Nasser Karimi in Tehran, Iran, and Matthew Lee in Washington contributed

TSA Callouts Reach Record High As Government Shutdown Hits 31st Day | NBC Nightly News



this is Gabe Gutierrez in Atlanta where after lines like these last week the TSA is now calling for backup around the country 10% of its employees called off work on Sunday compared to just 3% on the same day last year in Miami TSA officer Andrew Vaz says he's still on the job but the government shutdown is making it harder to pay his bills to go into a month like this it's been a gut punch the TSA is starting to see staffing issues at these large airports and at several including Atlanta Newark and New York's LaGuardia the agency is calling in national deployment officers who typically help with staffing shortages during natural disasters I showed up and another lead showed up and only three officers showed up and on that shift you're supposed to have at maximum give or take 16 officers a TSA spokesman says this is uncharted territory and with increased call-out citing financial hardship this could have a compounding effect and force contingency plans at airports nationwide meanwhile throughout the country and across social media strong support for the federal workers these workers man this is ridiculous still despite the call-outs the TSA says 93% of passengers waited less than 15 minutes in airport security the bigger concern is when TSA employees missed their second paycheck this Friday now here in Atlanta the airport is bracing for a surge in visitors when City hosts is Superbowl in less than two weeks hey NBC News fans thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching

Former First Lady Barbara Bush Blamed President Donald Trump For Heart Attack | TODAY



this morning the former first lady in the last months of life revealing to her biographer USA TODAY's Susan page her strong dislike for Donald Trump so fierce mrs. Bush suffering from congestive heart disease blamed Trump for what she called a heart attack after comments like this about her son jeb Bush's 1% to Nevada this guy why does he just give up just go home go home go home to mom then candidate Trump famously mocking Jeb Bush and belittling him during the primaries like Bush this guy Bush he's like low-energy mrs. Bush said she was originally hesitant for Jeb to enter the 2016 race feelings she shared on today in 2013 there are other people out there that are very qualified and we've had enough bushes but she said she was then so alarmed by Trump she eventually agreed Jeb should run and campaign for him in New Hampshire he's decent honest he's everything we need in a president according to the book her dislike for Trump went back decades in her Diaries from the 1990s which she made available for the book Bush describes Trump as quote greedy selfish and ugly by 2016 the book reveals mrs. Bush was quote dismayed by the nation's divisions and by the direction of the party she had worked for and for so long telling page in one interview I don't understand why people are for him and in another she expressed astonishment that women could support him mrs. Bush confiding to page she no longer considered herself a Republican in fact when the bushes went to vote that November she wrote in her son Jeb's name and her husband voted for Hillary Clinton the first time in his life he had voted for a Democrat but despite mrs. Bush's harsh feelings for Donald Trump according to the book the former first lady wrote Melania Trump welcoming her to the first lady's very exclusive club you

President Donald Trump Declares National Emergency To Secure Border Wall Funding | NBC News



so I'm gonna be signing a national emergency and it's been signed many times before it's been signed by other presidents from 1977 or so it gave the presidents the power there's rarely been a problem they signed it nobody cares I guess they weren't very exciting but nobody cares they sign it for far less important things in some cases in many cases we're talking about an invasion of our country with drugs with human traffickers with all types of criminals and gangs hey NBC News viewers thanks for checking out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on that button down here and click on any of the videos over here to watch the latest interviews show highlights and digital exclusives thanks for watching

George H.W. Bush Dies: Remembering The Legacy Of The Former President | TODAY



as president I can report to the nation aggression is defeated the war is over for George Herbert Walker Bush victory in the first Gulf War was his finest hour never a political firebrand Bush was often described as having the best resume in America his strengths loyalty energy a gregarious personality and most of all experience what it all comes down to after all the shouting in the tears is the man at the desk and who should sit at that desk my friends I am that man but George Bush was also very private and believed even after decades in public life that he was misunderstood I was never very clear and letting people know what my heartbeat is born in 1924 Bush was raised in Greenwich Connecticut his father Prescott Bush was a US senator and from a young age George Bush was a natural leader at Phillips Andover the boy known as poppy was class president at Yale Phi Beta Kappa and throughout captain of almost every team he played on at 18 he defied his parents by enlisting in the Navy and became its youngest pilot two years later he was shot down over the Pacific I'll never forget it playing a fumes and the smoke and it was terrifying ambitious and impatient Bush married Barbara Pierce in 1945 finished Yale in just three years and moved to Texas to seek his fortune in the oil business they had six children and by 1964 Bush could afford to turn to politics George Bush the Republican opportunity over the next 20 years George Bush would become one of the most experienced public servants in America after two terms in Congress he became ambassador to the United Nations chairman of the Republican National Committee envoy to China and finally his favorite director of the CIA all of which prepared him for this I am absolutely convinced I will be your next president thank you but Bush couldn't compete with the charismatic Ronald Reagan instead serving as his vice president for eight years in 1988 it was his turn George Herbert Walker Bush and Bush called for greater civility to make kinder the face of the nation and gentler the face of the world his proudest accomplishments the Clean Air Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act and overseas he was credited with a steady hand as the Cold War ended then in 1990 Bush faced a crisis when the Iraqi army invaded Kuwait a line has been drawn in the sand using his trademark personal diplomacy Bush built an unprecedented coalition after five weeks of high-tech bombing the ground war was over in just one hundred hours and Bush reached an incredible 91 percent approval rating he was the most popular president in US history but that high approval rating soon collapsed as an economic recession forced Bush to break his most famous campaign pledge read my lips and a little-known governor from Arkansas issued a challenge don't read my lips read my plan it was a bitter defeat 20 years ago when you lost was it a hard feeling terrible feeling awful feeling and I really wanted to win and work hard Bush threw himself into life after the White House raising more than a hundred million dollars for cancer research literacy this was your ninety that doesn't mean you still can't get a thrill out of stuff and he was not above using a spectacle to help charity even at 90 years old why does he keep jumping out of perfectly good airports politically Bush tried to keep a low profile but campaigned for sons Jeb and George w and behind the scenes gave advice I talk to him all the time and in 2000 he watched his son become the 43rd president George Walker Bush do solemnly swear as he survived his wife of 73 years Barbara and witnessed an outpouring of affection for her theirs was the longest marriage in presidential history a private man who lived a very public life praised by his fellow presidents for his leadership and grace as President Obama so aptly said as he honored Bush with the Presidential Medal of Freedom his humility and his decency reflects the very best of the American spirit those of you know him this is a gentleman but Bush himself always maintained his proudest accomplishment was that his children still came home that his life was about faith family and friends and an understated political legacy I'm sure I could have done a lot of things better but it's been a fulfilling time in my life and a lot of experiences and including being president United a Savannah Guthrie NBC News [Applause]

Shutdown Sparks Concerns For Those Who Rely On Government For Food Assistance | NBC Nightly News



>>> THE LONGER THE SHUTDOWN GOES ON, THE GREATER THE IMPACT. SHUTDOWN GOES ON, THE GREATER THE IMPACT. THERE’S CONCERN IT GREATER THE IMPACT. THERE’S CONCERN IT MIGHT AFFECT MILLIONS THERE’S CONCERN IT MIGHT AFFECT MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WHO DEPEND MIGHT AFFECT MILLIONS OF PEOPLE WHO DEPEND ON THE GOVERNMENT FOR OF PEOPLE WHO DEPEND ON THE GOVERNMENT FOR THEIR FOOD. ON THE GOVERNMENT FOR THEIR FOOD. HANS NICHOLS HAS THAT THEIR FOOD. HANS NICHOLS HAS THAT PART OF THE STORY. HANS NICHOLS HAS THAT PART OF THE STORY. >> Reporter: FOR PART OF THE STORY. >> Reporter: FOR FAMILIES THAT RELY ON >> Reporter: FOR FAMILIES THAT RELY ON FEDERAL HELP FOR FOOD. FAMILIES THAT RELY ON FEDERAL HELP FOR FOOD. THE SHUTDOWN COULD FEDERAL HELP FOR FOOD. THE SHUTDOWN COULD LEAVE THEM WITH AN THE SHUTDOWN COULD LEAVE THEM WITH AN EMPTY TABLE. LEAVE THEM WITH AN EMPTY TABLE. >> IT’S GOING TO EMPTY TABLE. >> IT’S GOING TO AFFECT ME, I WON’T BE >> IT’S GOING TO AFFECT ME, I WON’T BE ABLE TO COME IN HERE AFFECT ME, I WON’T BE ABLE TO COME IN HERE AND BUY MY GROCERIES. ABLE TO COME IN HERE AND BUY MY GROCERIES. >> Reporter: ABSENT A AND BUY MY GROCERIES. >> Reporter: ABSENT A DEAL BETWEEN PRESIDENT >> Reporter: ABSENT A DEAL BETWEEN PRESIDENT TRUMP AND CONGRESS, DEAL BETWEEN PRESIDENT TRUMP AND CONGRESS, FEDERAL FUNDS FOR FOOD TRUMP AND CONGRESS, FEDERAL FUNDS FOR FOOD ASSISTANCE COULD RUN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR FOOD ASSISTANCE COULD RUN OUT NEXT MONTH, ASSISTANCE COULD RUN OUT NEXT MONTH, AFFECTING THE 38 OUT NEXT MONTH, AFFECTING THE 38 MILLION AMERICANS WHO AFFECTING THE 38 MILLION AMERICANS WHO RELY ON THE PROGRAM MILLION AMERICANS WHO RELY ON THE PROGRAM FOR THEIR BASIC NEEDS. RELY ON THE PROGRAM FOR THEIR BASIC NEEDS. >> A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE FOR THEIR BASIC NEEDS. >> A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE ONE PAYCHECK AWAY FROM >> A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE ONE PAYCHECK AWAY FROM BEING IN THE SITUATION ONE PAYCHECK AWAY FROM BEING IN THE SITUATION OF NEEDING FOOD BEING IN THE SITUATION OF NEEDING FOOD ASSISTANCE, IT’S A OF NEEDING FOOD ASSISTANCE, IT’S A CHALLENGE FOR US TO ASSISTANCE, IT’S A CHALLENGE FOR US TO GET PEOPLE TO REALIZE CHALLENGE FOR US TO GET PEOPLE TO REALIZE HOW BROAD AN ISSUE IT GET PEOPLE TO REALIZE HOW BROAD AN ISSUE IT IS. HOW BROAD AN ISSUE IT IS. >> Reporter: THE IS. >> Reporter: THE DEPARTMENT OF >> Reporter: THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS ONLY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS ONLY GUARANTEED THAT AGRICULTURE HAS ONLY GUARANTEED THAT ELIGIBLE HOUSEHOLDS GUARANTEED THAT ELIGIBLE HOUSEHOLDS WILL RECEIVE MONTHLY ELIGIBLE HOUSEHOLDS WILL RECEIVE MONTHLY SUPPLEMENTAL WILL RECEIVE MONTHLY SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE BENEFITS FOR JANUARY, NUTRITIONAL ASSISTANCE BENEFITS FOR JANUARY, BUT MADE NO PROMISES BENEFITS FOR JANUARY, BUT MADE NO PROMISES FOR FEBRUARY. BUT MADE NO PROMISES FOR FEBRUARY. THE PROGRAM HAS ONLY FOR FEBRUARY. THE PROGRAM HAS ONLY $3 BILLION IN RESERVE THE PROGRAM HAS ONLY $3 BILLION IN RESERVE WHICH WOULD COVER JUST $3 BILLION IN RESERVE WHICH WOULD COVER JUST 64% OF FEBRUARY’S WHICH WOULD COVER JUST 64% OF FEBRUARY’S OBLIGATIONS. 64% OF FEBRUARY’S OBLIGATIONS. >> IF THE SHUTDOWN OBLIGATIONS. >> IF THE SHUTDOWN CONTINUES, YOU WILL >> IF THE SHUTDOWN CONTINUES, YOU WILL LITERALLY HAVE CONTINUES, YOU WILL LITERALLY HAVE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE LITERALLY HAVE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE THAT WILL NOT BE ABLE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE THAT WILL NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD FOOD. THAT WILL NOT BE ABLE TO AFFORD FOOD. AND I THINK THIS IS TO AFFORD FOOD. AND I THINK THIS IS JUST ABSOLUTELY AND I THINK THIS IS JUST ABSOLUTELY UNCONSCIONABLE. JUST ABSOLUTELY UNCONSCIONABLE. >> Reporter: IT’S UNCONSCIONABLE. >> Reporter: IT’S POSSIBLE STATES COULD >> Reporter: IT’S POSSIBLE STATES COULD STEP IN AND COVER THE POSSIBLE STATES COULD STEP IN AND COVER THE SHORTFALL IN THE SHORT STEP IN AND COVER THE SHORTFALL IN THE SHORT TERM. SHORTFALL IN THE SHORT TERM. TONIGHT THERE ARE TERM. TONIGHT THERE ARE SIGNS THE WHITE HOUSE TONIGHT THERE ARE SIGNS THE WHITE HOUSE IS BRACING FOR A LONG SIGNS THE WHITE HOUSE IS BRACING FOR A LONG TERM SHUTDOWN, THE IS BRACING FOR A LONG TERM SHUTDOWN, THE COUNSEL OF ECONOMIC TERM SHUTDOWN, THE COUNSEL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS IS PREPARING COUNSEL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS IS PREPARING FOR THE IMPASSE TO ADVISERS IS PREPARING FOR THE IMPASSE TO AFFECT JANUARY’S