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Campaign 2016 / Trump & Obama / A Discussion #1093319

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 21, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) The criticism of presidential candidate Donald Trump by President Obama on NPR introduced. [OBAMA - talks about Trump exploiting the frustrations of working class white male voters.] Live discussion held with Trump campaign co-chair Sam Clovis & CNN's Van Jones about Obama's criticism of Trump. [CLOVIS - says we have a lack of leadership from the president & the Republican Party.] [JONES - comments on the underlying economic insecurity that Trump appeals to.] Other material: [In Grand Rapids, TRUMP - says Clinton disappeared in the debate: where did she go: it's disgusting.] [On NPR, OBAMA - talks about how he represents change.] [CLOVIS - says we want to discuss policy rather than a stump speech.] [JONES - says Obama is talking about how he is perceived because of his race.]
Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:11:30

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