José Diaz Briseño

Washington correspondent for Reforma

Washington correspondent for Reforma

José Diaz Briseño on KCRW

Democrats seem unlikely to give in to President Trump’s wall funding demands, making another government shutdown likely.

Are border talks a 'waste of time?'

Democrats seem unlikely to give in to President Trump’s wall funding demands, making another government shutdown likely.

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There has been an arrest in the attempted bombings of President Trump's opponents and critics: a 56-year-old resident of South Florida.

Not a hoax

There has been an arrest in the attempted bombings of President Trump's opponents and critics: a 56-year-old resident of South Florida.

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Like Scott Pruitt's former landlord, it took President Trump a while to get rid of him.

Pruitt is through with it

Like Scott Pruitt's former landlord, it took President Trump a while to get rid of him.

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