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US-Mexico Relations / Tariff & Immigration Politics / Peters Interview #1138061

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 05, 2019
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(Studio: John Berman) A Keeping Them Honest look at US-Mexico relations in light of President Trump's tariff threat & increased border crossings by migrants in May introduced; details given from a "Washington Post" story on Trump canceling English lessons & more & of estimated financial costs to Americans from a tariff. [TRUMP - says tariffs will bring companies back.] [White House dir. of the Office of Trade & Manufacturing Policy Peter NAVARRO@- says tariffs may not have to go into effect.] The opposition of many Republicans to tariffs, but the senators will not talk about it, noted.

(Studio: John Berman; Normandy: Jim Acosta) How the meeting between Mexican officials & Vice President Mike Pence went with no progress reached, the open opposition from Republicans to tariffs discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with Senator Gary Peters about tariffs. [From Detroit, PETERS - offers views on the possible impact of tariffs on Michigan, the Republican concern with this policy, the concerns about the impact of tariffs on the auto parts supply chain, what GM head Mary Barra is saying, on the rise in immigration at the border with more families coming from Central America, how Mexico needs to do more about the migration flow problem.]

Berman, John;
Acosta, Jim

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