Yaron and Amy: “SQUIRREL! Trump Threatens Government Shutdown if Border Wall Isn’t Funded,” TODAY at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT)

Both Yaron and I can appreciate a good shutdown, in the right context. But today we see Trump in a very public showdown with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, not because he wants to hold the line on government spending and debt, but because he wants money to fund a YUGE infrastructure project, his wall, which is very popular with his base. I suspect that, in doing this, Trump is trying to distract us from more important issues, and so I suggest we focus on some of those in today’s show. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss with Yaron.

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And, as a teaser, find out what Yaron’s official position on Pineapple Pizza is here:

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Program Notes

Trump Battles Pelosi and Schumer Over Wall Funding and a Government Shutdown

Wall St. Gives Up Early Gains as Boost From China-U.S. Trade Talks Fades

‘A Simple Private Transaction’: Trump Lays Out a Defense in a Campaign-Finance Case

John Kelly to Step Down as Trump, Facing New Perils, Shakes Up Staff

Sundar Pichai, Google’s C.E.O., Testifies on Capitol Hill

Senate to Consider Resolution Condemning Saudi Crown Prince

Trump’s Statement on the Khashoggi Murder: A Window on the Meaning of “America First!”

Which is the greater evil: Pineapple on Pizza OR Guacamole-*flavored* popcorn?


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4 responses to “Yaron and Amy: “SQUIRREL! Trump Threatens Government Shutdown if Border Wall Isn’t Funded,” TODAY at 7 p.m. ET (4 p.m. PT)

  1. Frank Galusha \(GMAIL\)

    Hi Amy… With due regard for belief systems, I think the border wall is an important national security issue. Walls, even penetrable walls, may still make good neighbors but more importantly, the government is rightly charged from protecting us from invasion or penetration by foreign or domestic dangers. Please explain to me why it is not a legitimate national defense issue. Thanks, Frank

  2. C R A I G

    I thought the American spirit was dead. Maybe not …

  3. C R A I G

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