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White House / "Fake News" / A Discussion #1112520

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 28, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What happened yesterday when deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders complained about "fake news" introduced. [SANDERS - says we make the slightest mistake the press responds in a tirade while the press uses unnamed sources....] [To Sanders, Sentinel newspapers executive editor Brian KAREM†- says you have been elected to serve & are here to provide answers to press questions.] [SANDERS - calls the news media dishonest.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Karem, American Urban Radio Networks' April Ryan & CNN's Jim Sciutto about the press & the White House briefings. [KASEM - offer views on his frustration with the press secretary, who started out blasting the media: it is disingenuous, how Trump is trying to sell a message.] [SCIUTTO - offer views on how no one in the administration has resigned over inaccurate statements.] [RYAN - offer views on President Trump's take on reality, how people pushed back against Sanders today.]

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