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Trump / Border Wall (Part II) #1110308

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 04, 2017
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) What White House press secretary Sean Spicer said yesterday about the border wall while showing pictures from Arizona. [SPICER - says we will replace a chain link fence with a bollard wall.] [Yesterday, OMB dir. Mick MULVANEY†- shows the "new" wall to secure the southern border & the funding is in the bill.] Report introduced.

(Sunland Park, New Mexico: Gary Tuchman) The reality of the border wall in the administration's photos in New Mexico featured; scenes shown of the steel wall under construction in Sunland Park & on the Mexico side in Juarez. [Restaurant worker Daphne GRIFFIN†- says this wall came from President George Bush's administration.] [Mexican Jose CASAS - {thru reporter's translation} talks about who gets credit for the wall.] Other fence/wall projects & the lack of response from the White House discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:05:00

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