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Trump / Government Shutdown / Border Wall / A Discussion #1133258

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 21, 2018
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) President Trump's campaign promise to build a wall for border security recalled. [Seven times, TRUMP - says Mexico will pay for the wall.] Live discussion held with CNN's former Representative Charlie Dent, former Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo & Maria Cardona about the wall & a government shutdown. [Dec. 11, TRUMP - says he will shut down the government for border security.] [CAPUTO, CARDONA, DENT - offer views on how people don't care about what Trump said about the shutdown & that the wall works, how Trump resorts to fearmongering as he lied about the wall, how he wants to deport kids instead of criminals, how the Democrats have voted, the Secure Fence of 2006 for border security, that the shutdown is reckless with the people concerned about global security, how the president's base supports the wall, how Trump has {Fox} "puppet masters," so we need real leadership with strategies to get people to stay in their home countries, how to get out of the appropriations crisis by passing bills: a way out tonight, how the president will likely not do the deal.]
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Sciutto, Jim
Duration:
00:12:00

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