As Trump Heads To Texas, Shutdown Drags OnPlay
With the federal government shutdown lingering on, President Trump headed to McAllen, Texas — a city along the U.S.-Mexico border — to make his case for building a border wall Thursday.
We spoke about what's actually happening on the border there, and the state of negotiations between Democrats and Republicans to re-open the government.
Shannon Dooling, WBUR reporter covering immigration. She tweets @sdooling.
Rep. Joe Kennedy III, congressman for Massachusetts' 4th District. He tweets @RepJoeKennedy.
Mary Lou Daxland, president of the Massachusetts Republican Assembly. She tweets @MDaxland.
This segment aired on January 10, 2019.