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Immigration / Mexico Border Caravan / A Discussion #1131279

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 19, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Tapachula, Mexico: Bill Weir) The migrants' caravan from Honduras heading for Mexico & perhaps the US featured; scenes shown from the bridge where thousands lined up with the Spanish-speaking people commenting on their lives. [MIGRANT - says we need a better life.] The situation for the migrants, some of whom are seeking asylum & a better life in Mexico or the US, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Van Jones & former Arizona county sheriff Paul Babeau about the immigration policy issue. [JONES - offers views on President Trump 's view that Democrats are organizing the migrants, how we are not doing enough on either side of the border.] [BABEAU - offerS views on the realness of the issues in Central America: is America open of closed, so we should help these people in their countries, how we should prioritize problems within the US: there are limits to our generosity.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Weir, Bill

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