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Trump & Obama / Obamacare / A Discussion #1105858

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 04, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(White House: Michelle Kosinski) The war of words between President Obama & Vice President-elect Mike Pence over the future of Obamacare examined; Trump Tweet quoted. [Representative Nancy PELOSI - speaks.] [Senator Charles SCHUMER†, PENCE, Speaker of the House Paul RYAN, White House press secretary Josh EARNEST - offer views on Obamacare.] What Obama said today about the Obamacare fight discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Democrat Christine Quinn, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Errol Louis & Kirsten Powers about the politics of Obamacare. [POWERS, LOUIS, LORD, QUINN - offer views on the Trump approach to replacing Obamacare, how parts of the act will be "renamed" & rebranded, how the Republicans don't have a plan, the mixed messages from the Trump team, the buzzwords, the need for insurance subsidies.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kosinski, Michelle

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