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Politics: Trump & Democrats / China Trade #1137328

NBC Evening News for Sunday, May 12, 2019
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(White House: Matt Bradley) The opposition of the White House to the siege of subpoenas from Congressional Democrats reviewed; Trump tweet quoted; details given from a "Washington Post" report on the investigations & documents about tax returns, Donald Trump Jr. & the report from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller being blocked. [On ABC, Representative Adam SCHIFF - says Congress will move to get compliance.] [On ABC, Senator Rand PAUL - calls this partisan politics.] [In speech, TRUMP - criticizes the Democrats.] The US tariffs against China with economic adviser Larry Kudlow contradicting Trump's stance on trade discussed.

Snow, Kate;
Bradley, Matt

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