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Trump / "New York Times" Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1104575

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 22, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman; New York: Sara Murray) Breaking news that President-elect Donald Trump may select rival Mitt Romney to be Secretary of State despite the harsh words they exchanged during the campaign & have different world views discussed.

(Studio: John Berman; New York: Maggie Haberman) What Trump's meeting with the "New York Times" was like despite his diatribe against the newspaper with his retreat from extreme positions like climate change & his position on conflict of interest with his businesses, a role for son-in-law Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon & hate crimes, his position on investigating Hillary Clinton & the Clinton Foundation discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Democrats Maria Cardona & Christine Quinn, Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & Jeffrey Lord, Trump critic Ana Navarro & Errol Louis about Trump's "New York Times" interview. [QUINN, LORD, CARDONA - offer views on Trump & conflict of interest issues in government.]

Berman, John;
Murray, Sara;
Haberman, Maggie

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