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Trump / Border Security / Rio Grande Residents Stories #1134951

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 18, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(McAllen, Texas: Gary Tuchman) CNN Interview held with Texas landowner Nayda Alvarez about a border wall on/near her property along the Rio Grande River; details given about how her land could be taken by eminent domain; scenes shown from her property with "No Border Wall" painted on the roof. [ALVAREZ - offers views on how she was contacted about surveying her land to build a wall; says she feels infuriated; states she will not give up her land without a fight.] [Resident Fred CAVALOS†- shows where they want to build a wall on his property.] The lawsuits by private landowners to prevent President Trump's plans for the border discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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