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Government Shutdown / Border Crisis #1133454

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 30, 2018
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(Studio: Jonathan Karl) Report introduced.

(White House: Tara Palmeri) The second week of the government shutdown with no political compromise with President Trump blaming Democrats for the death of two migrant children in US custody at the border examined; Trump tweet quoted; details given about the fate of unpaid government workers. [On CNN, Trump adviser Kellyanne CONWAY - criticizes the Democrats.] [On ABC, Customs & Border Protection commissioner Kevin McALEENAN†- calls the deaths devastating.] [On CNN, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says Trump wants money for the wall.] [Dec. 11, TRUMP - says he is proud to shut down the government for border security.] [Interior Department employee Rudy D'ALESSANDRO†- says we need to get paid.] The question as to when Trump & Democratic leaders will meet to negotiate the shutdown discussed,

Karl, Jonathan;
Palmeri, Tara

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