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Trump / Transition / Romney / Warren Interview (Part I) #1104758

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 30, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Jim Acosta) Last night's dinner meeting between President-elect Donald Trump & possible Secretary of State pick Mitt Romney, some appointments: Steve Mnuchin {Treasury}, Wilbur Ross {Commerce}, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, potential V.A. Secretary, his handling of his business interest discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN exclusive interview held with Senator Elizabeth Warren about Trump, Mnuchin & Wall Street & the government. [WARREN - talks about the Mnuchin appointment: Trump promised to break the Wall Street-Congress connection & then picks Mnuchin, who helped do the lousy mortgages & his bank was a foreclosure machine, that Trump promised to stand against Wall Street on the side of the people with Mnuchin being an insider; criticizes Trump's pick of Steve Bannon, associated with white supremacists; states the question is how Trump wants to run his administration; comments on Trump businesses & conflict of interest, on the recount issue led by Jill Stein.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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