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By: Kevin Breuninger
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One of the major players in the mix is former Vice President Joe Biden, who has yet to declare his candidacy.
"I was happy to voluntarily sit down with them," Sanders told CNBC.
"Like many other Americans, I certainly hope Vice President Biden decides to run in 2020. If he does run, I fully expect to support him any way I can," Chanos said in a statement first given to CNBC.
"I don't want to speak for him, but I believe he would've gone to war with North Korea. I think he was ready to go to war. In fact he told me he was so close to starting a big war with North Korea," Trump said of Obama.
Trump spoke at the White House on Friday without reading from a teleprompter and apparently without following a full script.
Special counsel Robert Mueller said a ruling by a Washington, D.C., federal court judge that former Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort lied to the special counsel's team means that there is no reason to delay sentencing in a related case in Virginia.
Democrats signaled a protracted fight — both on Capitol Hill and in the court system — to challenge Trump's national emergency declaration.
"If we don't have a strong military, you don't have to worry about debt, you have bigger problems," the president said.
With the declaration of a national emergency, President Donald Trump has access to roughly $8 billion to fund a border wall.
Trump's national emergency declaration, criticized by Democrats and Republicans when he threatened it, could bring swift legal and legislative challenges.
As President Donald Trump declares a national emergency to build a border wall, crossings at the U.S.-Mexico border are at their lowest levels in nearly 50 years.
Trump announced during the Rose Garden speech that he will declare a national emergency in order to fund his long-promised border wall.
Speaking to an audience while at the Milken Institute Summit in Abu Dhabi this week, the Colony Capital founder refuted criticism of the kingdom over the murder of the Saudi journalist.
New Jersey Democrats Rep. Bill Pascrell and Sen. Bob Menendez introduced a bill in both the House and Senate earlier this week that would repeal the $10,000 federal cap on state and local tax (SALT) deductions.
"You want to talk about a national emergency? Let's talk about today," Pelosi said, referring to the first anniversary of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead on Feb. 14, 2018.
Lawmakers and President Donald Trump have until midnight Friday to fund nine departments and prevent the second partial closure since December.