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Trump / Gorka Interview (Part II) / A Discussion #1113193

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 12, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with deputy assistant to President Trump Sebastian Gorka about his trip to France, the Iraq war. [GORKA - offers views on Trump supporting our first ally in France; comments on the "massive event" of the defeat of ISIS in Mosul, Iraq, the reports on the killing of Abu Bakr al-Bagdati, reports on an alternative for US forces in Afghanistan: a president with new ideas.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mary Katharine Ham, Errol Louis, Kirsten Powers, Dana Bash & Gloria Borger about the Gorka interview & the Russian meeting. [BORGER, BASH, POWERS, LOUIS, HAM - offer views on what is going on in the White House wherein there are factions, how the Russia meeting story is affecting the White House as Republicans say, how the tweets indicate this {Russia/Don Jr.} is a real media story despite the White House "gaslighting," how the Russian adoption story is linked to sanctions against Russia, how there is a "real" e-mail linking Donald Trump, Jr., who is no longer a credible source, how contacts from a foreign national from Russia does not happen all the time, how the administration's knee-jerk reaction is to blame Hillary Clinton & the Democrats as in the Ukraine story.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:40

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