In other news, the Senate has voted by a margin of 59 to 41 to block Trump's emergency declaration and restore military funding he's stolen to pay for his fake border wall. This is the second time they've voted.
Meanwhile, the CEO of JP Morgan, the world's largest investment bank, says he does not believe there will be a trade deal between the U.S. and China before the 2020 election.
Finally, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has called for an election and a vote of no confidence in his own government, again, and he's been shot down. Again.
Britain’s main opposition leader has rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s taunting demand for a no-confidence vote in the government, saying he won’t support a new election unless a no-deal Brexit is ruled out.
Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says Johnson should secure a delay to Britain’s EU exit — scheduled for Oct. 31 — and “then let’s have an election.”
I feel like both sides are doing the wrong thing here. The solution is to cancel the Brexit but no one wants to lead on that. Corbyn is still calling for another delay instead of cancellation.