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Trump / Health Care / Lord / A Discussion #1109453

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord said in praise of President Trump about him being the Dr. Martin Luther King of health care introduced. [LORD - calls Trump the Dr. Martin Luther King of health care.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live argumentative discussion held with CNN's Lord & Bakari Sellers about Lord's remarks. [LORD - explains how he was comparing the "strategies" of King & Trump with Trump creating a crisis to get to a negotiation; notes King was fighting against the Democratic Party.] [SELLERS - criticizes this "disingenuousness" in comparing the two men; offers perspective on the 1960s civil rights era: that this comparison is disrespectful & "intellectually dishonest."]

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