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Trump / Working or Hardly Working / A Discussion #1109482

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 14, 2017
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The questions as to whether President Trump is working hard or hardly working examined; statistics on his trips, vacations, golf outings cited. [During the campaign, ten times, TRUMP - says he wants to stay in the White House & work, that he does not take vacations.] [During the campaign, ten times, TRUMP - speaks about President Obama playing golf.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's Jack Kingston, Maria Cardona, Ryan Lizza, Bacari Sellers & Matt Lewis & radio talk show host Steve Deace† about Trump working. [KINGSTON, CARDONA, DEACE, LIZZA, SELLERS, LEWIS - offer views on whether Trump is getting it done, how it costs three million to got to Mar-A-Lago; the hypocrisy issue.]

Sciutto, Jim

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