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Trump / Government Shutdown / Border Wall #1133240

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 21, 2018
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The impending shutdown of the government by President Trump if he does not get border wall funding examined; details given about the revolt from the right changing Trump's mind with radio talk show hosts Rush Limbaugh & Ann Coulter quoted. [TRUMP - says we are prepared for a long shutdown.] [In the hall, Senator Mitch MCCONNELL - says he was summoned to the White House.] [Senator Chuck SCHUMER - says no wall.] [Senator Bob CORKER - says two radio show hosts influenced the president.] The blame game noted. [Last week, TRUMP - says he takes the mantle for a shutdown.] [Now, TRUMP - blames the Democrats.] [Senators Tim KAINE†, Jeff FLAKE†- respond.] Trump's changing language on the wall with Trump tweet about the "steel flat barrier" quoted & discussed.

Llamas, Tom;
Bruce, Mary

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