Washington Journal 01/12/2019 Professional Services Council's Alan Chvotkin and National Parks Conservation Association's Kristen Brengel discuss the impact of the government shutdown, and Washington Examiner's Hugo Gurdon discusses conservative journalism in the Trump era.

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    6:59 AM EST

    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines and social media were open to take viewer calls and comments on day 22 of a government shutdown, the longest in American history, breaking the previous record of 21 days from December 1995 to January 1996.

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    8:03 AM EST

    Alan Chvotkin on the Shutdown's Impact on Government Contractors

    Alan Chvotkin talked about the impact of the government shutdown on government contractors. At the time of this broadcast, the government shutdown had become the longest in American history at 22 days. The previous record was 21 days from December 1995 to January 1996.

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    8:33 AM EST

    Kristen Brengel on Government Shutdown's Impact on National Parks

    Kristen Brengel talked about the immpact of the the government shutdown on national parks. At the time of this broadcast, the government shutdown had become the longest in American history at 22 days. The previous record was 21 days from December 1995 to January 1996.

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    9:02 AM EST

    Hugo Gurdon on Conservatism and President Trump

    Washington Examiner editorial director Hugo Gurdon discussed conservative journalism in the era of President Trump. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series highlighting recent magazine articles.

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    9:41 AM EST

    Open Phones, Part 2

    Telephone lines and social media were open to take viewer calls and comments to the latest news in politics and public policy.

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    9:44 AM EST

    Bill Lambrecht on Julian Castro's Presidential Bid Announcement

    San Antonio Express-News' Bill Lambrecht previewed former HUD Secretary Juli├ín Castro’s planned announcement of a 2020 run for the presidency.