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Trump / 100 Days / Border Wall #1109899

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 24, 2017
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(Studio: David Muir) The countdown to the government shutdown on President Trump's 100th day introduced; ABC News/"Washington Post" poll on Trump's approval rating cited.

(White House: Jonathan Karl) How the standoff over the border wall could stall the government funding bill examined; details given about his executive orders & campaign promises not passed. [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says he is confident the government will not shut down; states we will work with Congress on legislation.] [Jan. 7, 2016, TRUMP - asks {his audience} who will pay for the wall.] [Jan. 25, 2017, TRUMP - says Mexico will pay us back.] [Several times, TRUMP - speaks about the first 100 days.] What Trump is saying about business versus government quoted. The coming briefing of all senators on North Korean developments discussed.

(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The political standoff over Trump's border wall examined. [Senators Orrin HATCH, Lindsey GRAHAM, Charles SCHUMER - offer views on the politics of the wall.] How Congress will resolve preventing a government shutdown discussed.

Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan;
Bruce, Mary

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