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Syria / Chemical Attack / US Options / A Discussion #1109228

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 06, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Trump's consideration of military action in Syria in retaliation for the government's chemical attacks on civilians introduced. [TRUMP - blames President Obama's administration for the Syrian crisis.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jen Psaki & David Axelrod about Syrian policy. [AXELROD, PSAKI - offer views on the advice to Obama in 2013 about Syria, but now it is the responsibility for Trump, what happened back then & now, the concerns about a confrontation with Russia in Syria, the AUMF issue, how this is a baptism of fire for Trump while he talks to China about a nuclear North Korea.] Other material: Tweets from pre-president Trump about Obama Syrian policy quoted.

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