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CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 26, 2016
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The war of words between President Obama & President-elect Donald Trump introduced. [With David Axelrod, voice of OBAMA - says he could have beaten Trump where he running.] [In interview, AXELROD - explains Obama's point, his criticism Hillary Clinton played it safe in the Democratic campaign, how he reacted to the election loss, his view of Democratic losses in Congress & the need to rebuild the party at the state level, how Michelle kept him level.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The Trump Tweet responses to what Obama said about a Trump-Obama race quoted.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's political strategist Angela Rye, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany, "The Daily Caller" Matt Lewis & "Washington Post"'s David Swerdlick about the Obama interview & Trump. [LEWIS, RYE, McENANY, SWERDLICK - offer views on the 2016 race, why Obama may have done this interview & said what he thinks, how Obama is "tone deaf" in this election, the economic numbers, how Obama downplays everything & the Democrats need to soul search about working class interests, how Trump has to deliver on the trade, taxes & Obamacare issues.]

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Sciutto, Jim
Duration:
00:17:10

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