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FOX NEWS FIRST: No end in sight for shutdown; Factually ‘clumsy’ Ocasio-Cortez attacks Trump for ‘lies’

FOX NEWS FIRST: No end in sight for shutdown; Factually ‘clumsy’ Ocasio-Cortez attacks Trump for ‘lies’

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Growing now, Monday, Jan. 7, 2019

  • Weekend talks to finish the federal government shutdown present little progress as President Trump stands agency by his demand for a border wall, and in a concession to Democrats, helps constructing it with metal as an alternative of concrete
  • Representatives from the U.S. and China are scheduled to begin two days of talks on Monday to settle commerce and financial disputes
  • In a TV interview Sunday night time, freshman congresswoman – and rising Democratic star – Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez calls herself a ‘radical’ and slams President Trump’s ‘lies’ on immigration
  • ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘Inexperienced E book’ are massive winners on the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday night time because the awards present principally steers away from politics. Nevertheless, ‘Vice’ star Christian Bale bashes for former Vice President Dick Cheney and Senate Majority Chief Mitch McConnell in his Gold Globe acceptance speech

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THE LEAD STORY – SHUTDOWN APPROACHES WEEK three: President Trump and Democrats seemed to be as far aside as ever on the border wall as little progress seemed to be made throughout weekend talks and the partial authorities shutdown approached its third week … After Trump and Vice President Mike Pence wrapped up separate conferences on border safety and the continued partial federal authorities shutdown on Sunday, the president  supplied his strongest endorsement but of a proposal to construct a metal wall, fairly than a concrete barrier, on the southern border. “They do not like concrete, so we’ll give them metal,” Trump advised reporters after returning to the White Home from a gathering along with his advisers at Camp David.

The president framed his new pitch for a metal wall as a concession to Democrats to maneuver negotiations alongside, because the shutdown entered its 16th day. In the meantime, Democrats revealed the complete textual content of a number of spending payments to reopen the federal government on Sunday that the White Home and Senate Republicans have lengthy stated don’t have any likelihood of turning into regulation as a result of they don’t embody any funding for a wall of any sort. – Reported by Gregg Re

U.S.-CHINA HOPING TO BRIDGE TRADE DIVIDE: Officers from the U.S. and China are set to fulfill for 2 days, beginning Monday, in Beijing, marking the primary time the nations have held talks since President Trump and Chinese language President Xi Jinping agreed early final month to postpone additional levies for 90 days in an effort to barter a deal … The U.S. commerce delegation led by Deputy Commerce Consultant Jeffrey Gerrish will go to China on Monday and Tuesday, in response to China’s Ministry of Commerce, and the 2 sides are working to resolve disputes on commerce and different financial points.

Trump stated Sunday that China’s weakening financial system is an incentive for officers to wish to attain a commerce deal. “The tariffs have completely damage China very badly,” Trump advised reporters outdoors the White Home. “I believe China needs to get it resolved.”

‘CALL ME A RADICAL’: Rising Democratic star Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., advised CBS Information’ “60 Minutes” in an interview broadcast Sunday that she is “a radical” who needs to make use of her newfound place in Congress to make new progressive legal guidelines in America … “If that’s what radical means, then name me a radical,” Ocasio-Cortez stated, when questioned about her “radical agenda.” She additionally responded to critics who’ve identified factual errors in a few of her tweets.  “I believe that there is lots of people extra involved about being exactly, factually and semantically appropriate than about being morally proper… Every time I make a mistake. I say, ‘Okay, this was clumsy,’ after which I restate what my level was. But it surely’s– it isn’t the identical factor as– because the president mendacity about immigrants. It isn’t the identical factor, in any respect.” – Reported by Frank Miles

THEY ARE THE CHAMPIONS: “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “Inexperienced E book” received massive on the 76 Annual Golden Globe Awards Sunday in an evening that broke from different award exhibits of its kind to keep away from politics and hold the jokes above the belt with comedy that attempted its greatest to remain optimistic … “Bohemian Rhapsody” took house the award for greatest drama whereas “Inexperienced E book” beat powerful contenders to win greatest musical or comedy, placing them each in a tremendous place to win an Academy Award later within the yr.

Politics had been largely absent from the Andy Samberg and Sandra-Oh-led ceremony Sunday on the Beverly Hilton Lodge in Beverly Hills, California, earlier than Christian Bale took the stage for profitable greatest actor in a musical or comedy for his lead efficiency in Adam McKay’s “Vice.” The critically acclaimed British actor stated he was “cornering the market on charisma-free a——s … What do we expect, Mitch McConnell subsequent?” “Thanks for Devil for giving me inspiration on learn how to play this function,” Bale concluded.

THE SOUNDBITE

THE AMERICAN DREAM – OR NIGHTMARE? – “They [Democrats] agree that we want border safety. They only are unwilling to let this president win.  And I believe in some unspecified time in the future they must determine that they care extra about Individuals than combating the president.  And to this point we haven’t seen a willingness on their aspect to totally try this.” – White Home press secretary Sarah Sanders, on “FOX Information Sunday” on whether or not President Trump is keen to proceed the federal government shutdown over the border wall for months, and even years. WATCH

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On FOX Information:

FOX & Mates, 6 a.m. ET: Particular friends embody: Kurt Knuttson, the Cyber Man previews the Client Electronics Present 2019; Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., talks about border wall negotiations; Stuart Varney, the Fox Enterprise host, to speak in regards to the U.S. financial system and newest job report; Kirk Lippold, a former commander of the usCole, will focus on experiences that the ship’s bomber was killed in an airstike; Hector Garza, the vp of the Nationwide Border Patrol Council; Alex Berenson, a former NY Instances reporter, to speak about new guide, “Inform Your Youngsters: The Fact About Marijuana, Psychological Sickness, and Violence.”

The Story with Martha MacCallum, 7 p.m. ET: Steve Hilton, the host of “The Subsequent Revolution with Steve Hilton”; Jason Chaffetz, FOX Information contributor; Choose Andrew Napolitano, FOX Information senior judicial analyst.

Hannity, 9 p.m. ET: Gregg Jarrett, FOX Information authorized analyst.

FOX Information @ Evening, 11 p.m. ET: Particular friends embody: Gen. Jack Keane.

On FOX Enterprise:

Mornings with Maria, 6 a.m. ET: Particular friends embody: Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz chied financial adviser; Richard Pops, chairman and CEO of Alkermes Biotech Firm; Jason Clark, San Francisco Republican get together chairman; Jayson Dallas, CEO of Aimmune; Bob Carter, Toyota North America government vp; Dan Niles, founding companion of AlphaOne Capital Companions; Joel Marcus, Alexandria Actual Property founder and government chairman; Antoine Papiernik, managing companion and chairman at Sofinnova Companions.

Varney & Co., 9 a.m. ET: U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa.

Cavuto: Coast to Coast, Midday ET: Carl Icahn, billionaire investor.

Countdown to the Closing Bell with Liz Claman, three p.m. ET: Carter Reum, co-founder of M13.

Trish Regan Primetime, eight p.m. ET: U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz.

Kennedy, 9 p.m. ET: Kmele Foster, co-host of “The Fifth Column.”

On FOX Information Radio:

The FOX Information Rundown podcast: American officers are assembly with their Chinese language counter-parts in the present day to work on negotiations to keep away from a commerce conflict. FOX’s Asia analyst and creator of “The Coming Collapse of China” Gordon Chang weighs in. A U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Providers activity drive in Los Angeles is reviewing greater than 2,500 recordsdata of authorized residents for potential denaturalization, specializing in identification fraud and willful misrepresentation. FOX’s Anita Vogel breaks down the method and explains why critics say it seems to be just like the Trump administration is utilizing this as software to strip individuals of citizenship and to make it harder to turn out to be a authorized citizen. Plus, commentary by FOX Information contributor and co-host of “Benson & Harf,” Marie Harf.

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The Brian Kilmeade Present, 9 a.m. ET: New York Publish columnist Michael Goodwin on how Democrats hold proving they’re indifferent from actuality; comic Michael Loftus on the Golden Globes and Kevin Hart vs the Oscars; Bret Baier on the the most recent within the authorities shutdown and the new subjects of the day.

The Todd Starnes Present, Midday ET: Authorized scholar Alan Dershowitz explains why the Democrats shouldn’t impeach President Trump.

#TheFlashback
2004: President George W. Bush proposes authorized standing, a minimum of briefly, for thousands and thousands of immigrants improperly working within the U.S.
1999: For the second time in historical past, an impeached American president goes on trial earlier than the Senate. (President Invoice Clinton confronted costs of perjury and obstruction of justice; he can be acquitted.)
1789: America holds its first presidential election as voters select electors who, a month later, choose George Washington to be the nation’s first chief government.

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