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Trump / Carrier Union Boss / A Discussion (Part II) #1104961

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 07, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The critical Tweet from President-elect Donald Trump about Chuck Jones, the United Steelworkers union boss for Carrier, who criticized how many jobs were saved in Indiana, re-introduced. [By phone for AC360, Chuck JONES - says Trump mislead the people about Carrier jobs he claimed to save.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Jeffrey Lord, Monica Langley, Kirsten Powers, Paul Begala & former Labor Secretary Robert Reich about Trump, his Tweets, jobs & Carrier. [REICH, LORD, POWERS, BEGALA, LANGLEY - offer views on how Trump's intimidating tactics {personal criticism} is undemocratic & critically serious for freedom of expression, Trump as dealmaker-in-chief & how CEOs want to be in his good graces, presidential power, sensitivity & going after an individual, Tweeting as a new technology: whether presidents should use this kind of access power against individuals, whether the issue is overblown.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Indianapolis: Martin Savidge) The position of Jones on Hillary Clinton & Trump, his praise for Trump, but the view the job numbers were inaccurate discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin
Duration:
00:21:10

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