CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 10, 2016
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(White House: Jim Acosta) The Obama-Trump meeting featured; scenes shown. [OBAMA - says we will help you succeed.] [TRUMP - says he will ask the president for counsel.] [In the campaign, OBAMA - questions Trump.] [Sept. 6, TRUMP - says Obama was born in the US.] [New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE, former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI - offer views on what Trump will do: the wall.] The White House being committed to a smooth transition & what sources are saying about how Obama will handle Trump in the future discussed.
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Trump's meeting with Speaker of the House Paul Ryan shown. [TRUMP - talks about the meeting.]
(Washington: Anderson Cooper; Trump Tower: Phil Mattingly) The complicated relationship between Trump & Ryan, who have real policy differences, but need each other's cooperation, discussed.
(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway about the election. [CONWAY - offers views on the "enthusiasm gap," the Trump candidacy, the Trump poll modelling in Pennsylvania, the ceiling Hillary Clinton had in the numbers, the Clinton coalition versus the Obama coalition, how this was a change election.]
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