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Trump / First Days Agenda / A Discussion (Part I) #1104562

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 21, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman) The video from President-elect Donald Trump about his plans for his first days in office presented. [TRUMP - gives his policy plans for the first 100 days: his agenda based on putting America first by withdrawing from the TransPacific partnership to bring jobs back, eliminate many regulations, a plan for national security, immigration, ethics reform of lobbying.]

(Studio: John Berman; New York: Sara Murray) Trump's use of social media as a tool to take his message to the people, visit to Trump Tower by Representative Tulsi Gabbert, Wilbur Ross {Commerce Secretary} discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's "The Daily Caller"'s Matt Lewis, Peter Beinart, Errol Louis, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany, Democratic strategist Symone Sanders, OZY.com Carlos Watson about Trump's plans. [LEWIS, LOUIS, SANDERS, McENANY, WATSON - offer views on what Trump said about his plans, rolling back President Obama's priorities, his promotion of creating jobs, PCP, lifting energy restrictions, why he used a video instead of a press conference, on climate change.]

Berman, John;
Murray, Sara

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