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US-Mexico Relations / Trump's Tariff, Immigration / Shear Interview #1138218

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 10, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at what President Trump said about his trade/immigration deal with Mexico introduced. [TRUMP - says "it's all done."] His unspecific claims of what Mexico's legislative body would have to deal with, but the "New York Times" reports the deal to avert tariffs had been negotiated over months outlined. Trump tweets critical of what the Mexican foreign minister said about the secret immigration deal quoted. [Feb. 5, TRUMP - says had he not been elected we would have been in a major war with North Korea & El Paso had a high rate of crime, but a barrier had made it safe.] The realities about El Paso noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New York Times" reporter Michael Shear about Trump & a Mexico deal. [SHEAR - offer views on the US-Mexico agreement to overhaul the asylum rules, what the foreign minster said, which is a far cry from what Trump is saying, how the "New York Times" backs its story about agreements put in place in December, the administration view that the tariff threat lit a fire under Mexican action.]

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