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Trump / 100 Days/ North Korea #1110111

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 29, 2017
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(Studio: Reena Ninan) North Korea's Friday explosion of a test missile introduced. [On "Face the Nation," President TRUMP - says this was just a small missile: we'll see what happens.] The USS Carl Vinson shown in the Sea of Japan.

(Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: Chip Reid) Trump's campaign-style event in Pennsylvania after 100 days in the White House featured; details given of his efforts in legislation, executive orders, his low approval rating in the CBS News poll, his victory of getting Neil Gorsuch on the Supreme Court. [Waiting, two Trump SUPPORTERS - back Trump.]

(Studio: Reena Ninan) Further coverage of the John Dickerson interview tomorrow noted.

Ninan, Reena;
Reid, Chip

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