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Trump / 100 Days / Politico Report / A Discussion #1109330

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 10, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report that President Trump's administration is trying to brand the first 100 days introduced. [President TRUMP - says swearing-in Neil Gorsuch is a great honor.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Kirsten Powers, Politico's Shane Goldmacher & David Gergen about the Trump 100 days. [GOLDMACHER - explains the administration's brainstorming about "selling" the 100 days because Trump is aware of the framing, the lack of legislative achievements with immigration & health policies stalling.] [GERGEN, LORD, POWERS - offer views on the history of "100 Days" for presidents starting with FDR, how Trump's first 100 days has been among the worst: a sense of disarray, the significance of getting a conservative on the Supreme Court, how Trump's tweeting sends people "down rabbit trails".]

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