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Trump / "The Celebrity Apprentice" / A Discussion #1105000

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 08, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Philadelphia: Dylan Byers) President-elect Donald Trump's decision to remain executive producer for the TV show "The Celebrity Apprentice," the conflict of interest raised by this discussed; inset video shown of Trump speaking in Iowa & from "The Celebrity Apprentice" show.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & David Gregory about Trump, the TV connection, his business interests & his cabinet picks. [GERGEN, GREGORY - offer views on the question of taste in Trump lending his name to this show, the ideological nature of Trump's cabinet that is opposed to government regulations, the low Pew poll ratings for the Trump cabinet, Trump picking a fight with China.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Byers, Dylan

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