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.
On Friday, President Trump announced that a deal was reached to end the shutdown and re-open the government. FOX's Capitol Hill Producer, Chad Pergram discusses the craziness of covering Capitol Hill and the fate of the State of the Union.
Government employees missed two paychecks over the 35-day government shutdown. Rachel Sutherland, FOX's Washington Correspondent, stopped by World Central Kitchen in Washington, DC to see how furloughed government workers are helping one another through the government shutdown.
Early Friday morning, Roger Stone a longtime associate of President Trump, was arrested by the FBI for witness tampering, obstruction and making false statements. Stone vowed to fight the charges, insisting he will not turn against President Trump. FOX's White House Correspondent, Jon Decker discusses the latest indictment in the Mueller investigation.
Earlier this week, the U.S., Canada, Brazil and other South American countries recognized Juan Guaido as the leader of Venezuela, knocking out political enemy and opposing leader, Nicolas Maduro. FOX's Steve Harrigan has reported from Venezuela several times over the past two decades and describes the country's trouble with transitions.
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