FOX News Radio's National Correspondent Jared Halpern along with a team of FOX News reporters & contributors look at the week that was inside the beltway.

THIS WEEK:

President Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison after confessing to have made illegal payments during the 2016 presidential campaign. FOX's White House Correspondent, Jon Decker is a lawyer, and helps make sense of what this sentencing tells us.

There was a showdown in the Oval Office this week, when President Trump, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer, got into a heated exchange over border wall funding. FOX's Senior Capitol Hill Producer Chad Pergram discusses how likely it is Congress and the President will beat the clock for a potential government shutdown.

This week, Brexit was a major source of political uncertainty for one of America's most important allies. FOX's London-based Correspondent, Simon Owen breaks down the serious implications for global markets and the impact it may have on U.S. policy.

The Senate sent a message to Saudi Arabia this week over the killing of Washington Post columnist, Jamal Khashoggi, voting to end U.S. military support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen. Marie Harf, former State Department Spokesperson, explains why this was necessary.

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