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Syria / Chemical Attack / A Discussion #1109190

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

(Pentagon: Barbara Starr) A chemical weapons attack in northern Syria featured; scenes shown of the injured from air strikes. [Treated attack victims, Dr. Feras al-JUNDI†- {thru translator} says people died.] [Secretary of State Rex TILLERSON - says the people will decide Syrian President Bashir al-Assad's status.] [Brookings Inst. Michael O'HANLON†- comments on a strategy.] [Voice of White House press secretary Sean SPICER - blames the past administration.] Syrian kid Bana Alabed's message to President Trump quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Trump past tweet about Syria quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's correspondents Arwa Damon & Clarissa Ward about Syria. [DAMON, WARD - offer views on the atrocities in Syria, on Tillerson's comments about letting Syria decide, how the people have hope that the international community will react, the responsibility Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has.] Other material: [Senator John McCAIN - comments on the situation in Syria with US withdrawing.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Starr, Barbara

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