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Trump / Iowa "Thank You" Tour Rally / A Discussion #1104998

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 08, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The beginning of President-elect Donald Trump's speech in Iowa presented. [TRUMP - thanks Iowa, the men/women in uniform, veteran/astronaut John Glenn, Gen. Mad Dog Mattis, who will be Secretary of Defense in a great cabinet; speaks about our relations with China, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad as ambassador to China, about the American people.] [BRANSTAD - speaks briefly.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Margaret Hoover, Kirsten Powers, "New York Times" writer Maggie Haberman, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany, Democrat Korine Jean-Pierre & former Labor secretary Robert Reich about Trump. [HABERMAN, REICH, McENANY, JEAN-PIERRE, HOOVER - offer views on the Trump spectacle that overshadows criticism of him, how the tour is a "thank me" tour that is still campaigning, how Trump is reaching across the aisles, how the rallies are not presidential, his cabinet picks: as right wing.]

Cooper, Anderson

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