NORAD will still track Santa, despite the government shutdown

NORAD will still track Santa, despite the government shutdown

NORAD will still track Santa, despite the government shutdown

"Military personnel who conduct NORAD Tracks Santa are supported by approximately 1,500 volunteers who make the program possible each and every year", it wrote as the post's caption. The scientist who answered the phone asked Lloyd if she would like to speak to President Trump. President Donald Trump asked one child over the phone, in a video clip that was shared by the Daily Beast.

There's a dedicated Santa Tracker app and website, you can ask your Google Assistant device where Santa is, and can even use Google Maps Location Sharing and track him from there. "Because at 7, it's marginal, right?"

Collman did not know what "marginal" meant and simply answered, "Yes, sir". He further said, "You just go enjoy yourself".

In response, Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said: "President Trump has thrown a temper tantrum and now has us careening towards a "Trump shutdown" over Christmas". He spoke Tuesday by video conference to members of all five branches of the US military. "We have been very busy making all of those toys to deliver on Christmas morning, and I want you to know that your family loves you very much, and so do I. So be good and don't forget to always listen to your parents".

The president spent a rare Christmas in Washington because of a stalemate with Congress over government funding that left several departments and agencies shuttered since the weekend, affecting the livelihoods of some 800,000 federal employees.

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"I was like, "wow" I was shocked", Collman told the paper.

"Nothing new", Trump said, according to Reuters.

NORAD is typically charged with detecting attacks against North America by aircraft, missiles or space vehicles, but on Christmas Eve, its high-tech tools of detection are repurposed to find and track Santa.

The Monday night appearance marks the first time that Trump has been seen in public since the shutdown began. She called the annual event one of her favorite White House traditions.

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