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Trump / Transition / Bannon / A Discussion (Part I) #1104376

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 14, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The sixth night of protests against President-elect Donald Trump in several cities shown.

(New York: Jim Acosta) The controversy over Trump's selection of Steve Bannon of the alt-right movement as his top strategic adviser examined; Breitbart headlines shown. [Incoming chief of staff Reince PRIEBUS - backs Bannon.] [On "60 Minutes," TRUMP - says "stop it" about threats; comments on gays, abortion, the wall.] The word of disagreements inside the Trump staff about transition selections with either former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani or John Bolton as Secretary of State discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Tom Foeman) The background on Bannon & Breitbart examined; Breitbart headlines shown; details given about Bannon's millions from "Seinfeld," his political right films. [BANNON - criticizes the Clintons.] [Newt GINGRICH  - defends Bannon.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Errol Louis, Carl Bernstein, & Dana Bash, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany & Trump critic Jonathan Tasini & Van Jones & conservative radio host Dana Loesch about Bannon. [From Dallas, LOESCH; McENANY, TASINI; from Washington, JONES - offer views on Bannon as an adviser to President-elect Donald Trump, whether he is connected to the alt-right movement or is anti-Semitic & a white supremacist.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim ;
Foeman, Tom
Duration:
00:12:10

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