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Trump / Bannon & CPAC / Beck Interview #1107348

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 23, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Dana Bash) The background of White House counselor Steve Bannon reviewed; various scenes shown; details given about his economic nationalism, his business background, editor of ultraright Breitbart. [White House chief of staff Reince PRIEBUS -talks about Bannon.] [Representative Nancy PELOSI - criticizes Bannon.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with radio host Glenn Beck about Bannon. [BECK - offer views on Bannon at CPAC today, how his economic nationalism differs from conservatism, the political theories of Leninist Alexander Dugin††, who is pushing for chaos in the western world, the press as the adversary.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Bash, Dana

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