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Trump / Travel Ban / Gorsuch & Blumenthal #1107086

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 09, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The judicial ruling against reinstating President Trump's temporary immigration travel ban re-introduced.

(Washington: Athena Jones) The issue of what Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch said about President Trump's remarks about judges handling the travel ban case examined. [Senator Richard BLUMENTHAL, Ben SASSE - say Gorsuch found the attacks to be "disheartening" & "demoralizing."] [TRUMP - says the comments were misrepresented.] [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - clarifies.] [Senators Chuck SCHUMER, Roy BLUNT - offer differing opinions on Gorsuch.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier evening interview held with Bluementhal about the matter. [BLUMENTHAL - offers views on the court decision on the travel ban, how Gorsuch was speaking about Trump's attacks on the judiciary, reiterates what Gorsuch said specifically, how Gorsuch needs to show his independence by speaking publicly.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Jones, Athena

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