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Government Shutdown / Politics / Espaillat Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1120157

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 22, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The deal to reopen the government noted. Live interview held with Representative Adriano Espaillat†. [ESPAILLAT - offers views on why he voted "no" on the deal to reopen the government: the 800,000 Dreamers & other issues were left behind with this being a dysfunctional way to run the government, how many promises are not kept in Congress, the "sterile" debates.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Democrat Robbie Mook, Republican Ana Navarro & former Senator Rick Santorum about the politics of the shutdown & the immigration issue. [NAVARRO, MOOK, SANTORUM - offer views on the role of the shutdown in highlighting the Dreamers issue, how "lunacy" is going on in a "lunatic situation" with the Democrats getting progress on the Dreamers, criticism of the Democrats for mishandling a spending debate, the issue of immigrants being illegal.]

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