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CNN Transcripts for January 5, 2019

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CNN NEWSROOM
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; Vice President Mike Pence and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Meet with Congressional Staffers to Negotiate Reopening Government; President Trump Comments on Unpaid Government Workers being Democrats; Elizabeth Warren Goes on Presidential Campaign Tour in Iowa; TSA Employees Calling out Sick During Government Shutdown; New Technology Reduces Carbon Footprint of Cement Mixing; Police Searching for Shooter of Seven-Year-Old Girl in Houston, Texas. Aired 10-11a ET
• Trump Warns U.S. Government Shutdown May Go on a Year, Hundreds Working without Pay; American Detainee in Russia Has No Connections to Intel Operations; U.S. Scouts Sites for Second Trump-Kim Summit; Elizabeth Warren Tests Political Waters in Iowa; Texas Family Recalls Shooting that Killed 7-Year Old; Kidnapping Suspect Chases Woman into Karate Studio. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Government Shutdown Continues over Border Wall Funding; Vice President Mike Pence and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Meet with Congressional Staffers to Negotiate Reopening Government; TSA Employees Calling out Sick During Government Shutdown; Nancy Pelosi's Early Family Life Profiled; Analysts Examine Current State of U.S. Economy; Police Searching for Shooter of Seven-Year-Old Girl in Houston, Texas; Conjoined Twins Successfully Separated by Surgery. Aired 2-3p ET
• Pence Meets with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Trump Says Could Call National Emergency, Build Wall Quickly; Government Shutdown Has Far-Reaching Impact; House-Passed Stop-Gap Spending Bill Expected to Die in Senate; Furloughed Government Workers Feeling Pain of Government Shutdown; David Arron Miller: Critics' Concerns on Withdraw from Syria Overblown; Russia: Too Early to Discuss "Prisoner Swap" for American; Community Mourns 7-Year-Old Shot in Houston; Federal Employees Union Sues Trump Administration over Forced to Work without Pay During Shutdown. Aired 1-2p ET
• Pence Meeting with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Shutdown Impact; Interview with Rep. Carolyn Maloney; Russians: Now Isn't the Time to Discuss Prisoner Swap; Special Ops Chief Pleads Not Guilty to Premeditated Murder; Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Hits Back at GOP Critics. Aired 11a-12p ET
• Pence Meets with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Trump Says Federal Employees Not Getting Paid Are Cheering Him On; Trump: Unpaid Federal Employees Will be Safe with Wall, Agree with What I'm Doing; Trump Opened Shutdown Meeting with Profane Tirade; Dem Committee Chairs, Pelosi Get Tough on Trump; Trump Makes 3 Claims on Funding Wall; Trump Slams Dem. Congresswoman over Profane Impeachment Comment; Warren Criticized on Likeability, Comparison to Hillary Clinton; Al Gore, Mitt Romney Said to Have Likeability Problems; Bernie Sanders Apologizes After Criticized for Sexual Harassment by Campaign Staffers; Paul Whelan Arrested as a Spy in Russia Had No Ties to Intelligence Community; Community Mourns 7-Year-Old Shot in Houston. Aired 3-4p ET
• Vice President Mike Pence Took A Swing And Hosted Group Of Congressional Staffers And Aides; President Donald Trump Is No Longer Willing To Sign The Short-Term Funding Bill And Keep The Government Open; Shooting at California Bowling Alley Leaves 3 Dead, 4 Injured; Ellen DeGeneres Backs Up Kevin Hart; Netflix Pulls Comedy Episode after Saudi Arabia Enraged; Trump Once Loved Generals, Now He Feuds with Them; Pence Meets with House, Senate Staff as Shutdown Enters Week 3. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Warns U.S. Government Shutdown May Go on a Year, Hundreds Working without Pay; Mueller Grand Jury Extended up to Six Months; American Detainee in Russia Has No Connections to Intel Operations; U.S. Scouts Sites for Second Trump-Kim Summit; Elizabeth Warren Tests Political Waters in Iowa; Texas Family Recalls Shooting that Killed 7- Year Old; Kidnapping Suspect Chases Woman into Karate Studio. Aired 4- 5a ET
• Trump Warns U.S. Government Shutdown May Go on a Year, Hundreds Working without Pay; Mueller Grand Jury Extended up to Six Months; Navy SEAL Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charges; American Detainee in Russia Has No Connections to Intel Operations; Elizabeth Warren Tests Political Waters in Iowa; Ongoing Effort by Lawmaker's Critics to Diminish Her; U.K. Dispatches Patrol Ships to English Channel; Trump is the Expert on Everything, According to Trump. Aired 5-6a ET
• Vice President Mike Pence Led Discussions On How To Get The Government Fully Restarted Again; Panic At A Bowling Alley In Southern California; New Generation Of Democratic Women Who Are Really Staking Their Claim To The Spotlight; Trump Faces More Capitol Hill Inquiries As Dems Take Over House; Russia: Not The Time To Discuss Paul Whelan "Prisoner Swap"; Friends, Family Say Final Goodbyes To Ronil Singh; Formerly Conjoined Twins Make Strides Two Years After Surgery. Aired 8-9p ET
• Pence, Congressional Staffers Take Baby Steps Toward Ending 14- Day Partial Govt Shutdown; Pence, Congressional Staffers Meet as Shutdown Enters Week 3; Mulvaney: Shutdown Meeting 'Did Not Make Much Progress'; Pelosi: House Will Start Passing Individual Bills Next Week Aimed at Re-Opening Parts of Government; Trump Warns Shutdown Could Last "Months Or Even Years;" CNN: Hundreds of TSA Officers Call Out Sick During Shutdown; Union Leaders Predict Number of TSA Callouts Will Increase; TSA: Agency is "Closely Monitoring" Mass Callouts By Employees; Trump: Safety Net For Unpaid Workers is "Strong Border;" Dow Surges on Surprisingly Strong Jobs Report; Iowa Voter to Warren: Why Release Your DNA Results?; Apple Slashes December Quarter Sales; Earnings Outlook, Hiring Skyrockets in December; U.S. adds 312,000 Jobs; Warren Kicks Off Potential WH Bid With First Trip to Iowa; Warren to Iowa Voters: "I am Not a Person of Color;" Warren: I Can't Stop Trump From Hurling Racial Insults; Warren Visits Iowa Amid Comparisons to Hillary Clinton; Sanders Apologizes For Alleged Campaign Harassment; Federal Judge Extends Term of Mueller's Grand Jury; Federal Judge Extends Grand Jury For 6 Months; Trump Threatens to Declare a National Emergency to Fund the Wall. Aired 7-8p ET
• U.S. Shutdown And Border Security; Senator Warren In Iowa; Russia-U.S. Prisoner Swap; Elizabeth Warren Speech; Kim Jong-Un Playing Cat And Mouse; Kim Jong-Un's Cat & Mouse Game with Trump; Shooting at California Bowling Alley Leaves 3 Dead, 4 Injured; Unpaid Employees Struggle During Shutdown; Trump: Unpaid Federal Workers Should Negotiate Bills, Rent; Witness Says El Chapo Spent $1 Million a Month of Bribes. Aired 5-6p ET
• Fourteen Days, 12 Hours And Counting for Shutdown; The Number Of TSA Workers Calling Out Sick Has Soared During This Shutdown; Senator Elizabeth Warren Is In The Pivotal State Of Iowa Becoming The First Top Tier Candidate To Visit That State; Three Dead, Several Others Injured After Bowling Alley Shooting; Freshman Democrat Defends Colleague's Profane Impeachment Statement; Trump: Gov't Won't Reopen Until Border Standoff is Solved. Aired 12-1p ET


NEW DAY SATURDAY
• Government Shutdown Continues; Lawmakers Gather at the White House to Discuss Resolutions to the Shutdown Deadlock; California Shooting Leaves Three Dead and Others Wounded; Airport Workers Calling in Sick; National Parks are Showing Signs of Wear; Robert Mueller's Investigation Extended; 116th Congress - the Most Diverse Ever; Elizabeth Warren Forms Presidential Exploratory Committee; Seven-Year- Old Houston Girl Dead After Attack; Flu is on the Increase; "Love Gilda" Airs on CNN at 9:00 p.m. Aired 6-7a ET
• Trump Warns He'd Let Shutdown Continue "Months or Even Years"; Vice President Pence to Host Meeting with Congressional Staff This Morning; Mueller Grand Jury Extended for Up to Six Months; Rep. Rashida Tlaib Defends Her Explicit Language; Elizabeth Warren Tests Political Waters In Iowa; Ellen DeGeneres Urges Kevin Hart To Host Awards Show. Aired 7-8a ET
• Government Shutdown Continues; Trump: I'm Very Proud of What I'm Doing; Trump: I Could Call a National Emergency and Build Wall Quickly; Sources: President Prefers the Word "Strike" to Describe Shutdown; 3 Dead, Several Others Injured After Bowling Alley Shooting; Looking For Compromise on Capitol Hill; Hundreds of TSA Employees Calling Out Sick at Major Airports; Search Intensifies for Suspect in Killing of Jazmine Barnes; Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee Asks For Federal Task Force in Barnes Case; Sheriff: "We Won't Rest Until We Find Justice For Jazmine"; Rally for Jazmine Barnes Being Held in Texas at Noon CT; Shutdown Stretches Into Another Week, No Deal in Sight; Paul Whelan Was Discharged From Marines For Bad Conduct; U.S. Source to CNN: Whelan Had No Apparent Ties to Intel Operations; Democrats Have 2020 Decisions to Make in the Coming Months; Sen. Elizabeth Warren Makes Campaign Debut in Iowa; Dow Surges Over 700 points, Pushed Higher by Strong Jobs Report; U.S. Economy Added 312,000 Jobs in December. Aired 8-9a ET


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