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Syria / US Air Strike / Policy / A Discussion (Part II) #1109326

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 10, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issue of US policy in Syria introduced. [Eight times, President TRUMP - says we must abandon the failed policy of regime change.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Gen. James "Spider" Marks, Matt Lewis, ex-representative Jack Kingston, Ryan Lizza, Kirsten Powers, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord & Brian Fallon about Syria policy. [LIZZA, KINGSTON, LEWIS, FALLON, LORD, POWERS, MARKS - offer views on what campaigner Trump said about the Middle East & will he go further now, H.R. McMaster's role, what to do with Syrian President Bashir al-Assad, how Trump likes to have chaos until he speaks for himself about policy, the factors at play in Syria.]

Cooper, Anderson

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