CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 02, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The White House refusal to answer questions about whether Trump believes climate change is a hoax as in the birther issue, the White House status on the Russian investigation & the coming testimony from fired FBI director James Comey discussed. [In response to Acosta's question about global warming, PRUITT - avoids the question.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) [Yesterday, TRUMP - says the temperature reduction would be tiny.] Earlier interview held with MIT scientist John Reilly, co-dir. of the MIT joint program on the science & policy of global change. [REILLY - offers views on Trump's references to the MIT study he authored, what he would have told the administration about helping countries meet the agreement, how "our work" was twisted out of shape.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala, Jason Miller, Jennifer Granholm, Trump supporter Stephen Moore & ""New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman on Trump & climate change. [HABERMAN, MOORE, BEGALA, MILLER - offer views on how the White House will not give clear answers on questions like climate change, what Trump meant to say about the "hoax", Trump's past tweets that global warming is a hoax, Trump's "passion" for the environment, how the left is trying to put the president in a box.]
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