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Trump / Taiwan Call / China / Conway Interview #1104805

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 02, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Elise Labbot) President-elect Donald Trump's phone conversation with the president of Taiwan & what it means for future US-China relations, the lack of formal ties between the US & Taiwan discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Michelle Kosinski) The White House discussion with China after the Trump Taiwan phone call & the response released from the President Obama White House discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway about the Taiwan phone call & other policies. [CONWAY - offers limited views on the call, the criticism from a Democrat, Trump's position on policy, how Trump is engaged with world leaders & advisers as is Vice President-elect Mike Pence, a major shift in policy as with the Carrier deal, on Trump's call with the Pakistan prime minister.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Labbot, Elise;
Kosinski, Michelle

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