Trump To Seek Wall, Compromises in State of the Union by Bloomberg Government published on 2019-02-04T21:41:42Z President Donald Trump will attempt to thread the needle in his State of the Union address Tuesday, demanding money for a border wall while calling for bipartisan compromise on other issues, Bloomberg Government White House reporter Cheryl Bolen says on this week's episode of "Suspending the Rules." She previews the speech alongside BGOV legislative analyst Michael Smallberg, who also discusses the latest on spending negotiations. Democrats last week reintroduced the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would expand penalties for wage discrimination based on sex. In the second segment, legislative analyst Danielle Parnass breaks down that measure, while legislative analyst Adam M. Taylor discusses a 100-bill lands package, S. 47, that the Senate has teed up for floor action. Hosts: Adam M. Taylor, Danielle Parnass, Michael Smallberg. Engineer: Nico Anzalotta.