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(Studio: John Berman) Initial excerpts from the Oprah Winfrey interview with outgoing First Lady Michelle Obama presented. [OBAMA - gives her reaction to the election night.]
(New York: Randi Kaye) What Michelle Obama told Oprah about hope presented. [OBAMA - says now we see what not having hope means; states we are so afraid of each other: color, wealth; explains her advice to Melania Trump.] [In Alabama, President-elect Donald TRUMP - says we have tremendous hope.] [Oct/ 13, M. OBAMA - criticizes Trump's view of women.]
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Democrat Maria Cardona & "Hidden Power" author Kati Marton about Michelle Obama's message. [MARTON, CARDONA - offer views on Michelle's "voice" as a populist powerhouse independent from President Obama, her view of Barack's legacy that is threatened by Trump, her non-political voice & credibility, the unlikelihood she will run for office.] Other material: [M. OBAMA - talks about finding her way as first lady.]
- Berman, John;
- Kaye, Randi
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