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Government Shutdown / Politics #1120045

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 19, 2018
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The political negotiations to prevent a government shutdown featured; details given from the GOP short-term funding plan that would include CHIP, what a shutdown would mean to the US economy & government/military jobs with Congress continuing to be paid. [After meeting with President Trump, Senator Charles SCHUMER†- says we made some progress.] [Senators Lindsey Graham, Tom COTTON, Mitch McCONNELL, Senator Dick DURBIN†, Orrin HATCH†- comment.] [Secretary of Defense Gen. James MATTIS - worries about those in the military.] Where things stand at this time discussed.

(Studio: David Muir; White House: Jonathan Karl) [In 2013, Donald TRUMP - says the president has to lead to get a deal.] The Trump-Schumer meeting after their long history together, how the president wants to strike a deal for the immigration Dreamers discussed.

Muir, David;
Bruce, Mary;
Karl, Jonathan

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