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Trump / Inauguration / Card Interview #1106348

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 19, 2017
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The motorcade of President-elect Donald Trump on the way to event at Union Station in Washington, DC, on the eve of his inauguration shown. Live interview held with President Bush chief of staff Andrew Card about the first days of a presidency. [CARD - explains setting up the immediacy of the transition right after the oath of office: the responsibility for "pushing the button" & other matters; comments on the cabinet & the hearings & {the administration} being short on the other members of the different departments; offers advice on advising & duties.]
Cooper, Anderson

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