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Politics: Recession #1140423

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 18, 2019
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(Studio: Whit Johnson) Report introduced.

(Berkeley Heights, New Jersey: Rachel Scott) The political concerns about an economic recession examined. [President TRUMP - says we have the strongest economy: "I don't see a recession"; comments on making a deal with China, which is paying for the tariff.] [On Fox, White House economic advisers Larry KUDLOW@, Peter NAVARRO@- say we are in pretty good shape.] [August 15, TRUMP - tells the crowd you have no choice but to vote for me.] [Presidential candidates Beto O'ROURKE@, Senator Elizabeth WARREN, Mayor Pete BUTTIGIEG - express concern about the economy & a recession.] The status of trade negotiations with China discussed.

Reporter(s):
Johnson, Whit;
Scott, Rachel
Duration:
00:02:40

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