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Politics: Government Shutdown / The Deal / Trump / Jeffries Interview / A Discussion #1134775

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 13, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The compromise deal to keep the government open as compared to what negotiators had agreed to about the border wall outlined on screen. A Keeping Them Honest look at President Trump's failure on the borderline introduced; Republican Representative Chris Stewart & Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio quoted. [TRUMP - says we have a lot of options & 23 billion dollars.] What the 23 billion means for border security outlined. [TRUMP - says the border area is happening & we will have a great wall.] The reality of the status of the wall outlined.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Hakeem Jeffries about Trump & the wall. [JEFFRIES - offer views on how this was misdirection from the president with a review of Trump not being able to get anything done, how he will likely take this deal & declare a national emergency with no real evidence about it, that this bill will provide 21st century border security, that this ia a victory for the American people.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mike Shields, Kirsten Powers & Charlie Dent about Trump & this deal. [SHIELDS, DENT, POWERS - offer views on the Republican support for border security, that Trump will sign the bill & set off a crisis over moving funds around, how he should get credit for preventing another shutdown, so we will see a backlash about him caving in, how Trump needs to lead his base rather than giving in to talk radio hosts, how there is money in the bill for border security that includes some fencing.]

Cooper, Anderson

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