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Trump / Government Shutdown, Economy / A Discussion #1133382

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 27, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) Breaking news on Congress adjourning with no hope to end the government shutdown before 2019 introduced; tweet from CNN's David Gergen about the US being in the hands of an egomaniac quoted.

(Studio: John Berman; White House: Abby Phillip) The dark mood in the White House 'that is under siege with several different problems with Trump blaming the Democrats, the up & down stock market with no movement there about the shutdown discussed; Trump tweet on the border wall cited.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman about Trump & the shutdown theatrics. [HABERMAN - offerS views on how Trump's mind works in the eternal now giving Representative Nancy Pelosi a lot of leverage, whether Trump will go to Florida where he is always the happiest, the stock market drop that Trump is blaming on the Fed, how his guiding principle is his own gut as wisdom so his circle has contracted.] [GERGEN - offers views on how Trump is playing a losing hand after being out maneuvered by Pelosi while polls showing people blame Trump for the shutdown, how the people do not love the wall, how there is no reason for him not to go to Florida, the concerns about the economy, which has been Trump's selling point & why it is not good to challenge the Fed chairman.]

Berman, John;
Phillip, Abby

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