CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The chaotic mood in the White House after Scaramucci turned out to be too much as a messenger for the administration, whether Kelly can keep order within, what is known about the Scaramucci dismissal with questions about how "out" he is, how Trump tweets can send Washington into a tailspin discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New Yorker" writer Ryan Lizza. who had the famous interview with Scaramucci. [From Maine, LIZZA - offer views on what happened with Priebus being forced out, how Kelly as chief of staff acted against a freelancing aide in the communications office, the tension between Trump & Scaramucci after his first week, how Trump advisers tend to keep working for him even after.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Bakari Sellers & David Chalian about White House matters. [BORGER, CHALIAN, LORD, SELLERS - offer views on how this is "chaos" in the White House despite what Trump says, but Kelly is used to chain of command, a report that Scaramucci was "grandstanding," how Scaramucci lost the confidence of the president, why people put Trump in office & it is "media fixation" about the White House, how this is more than chaos in the White House, whether Kelly can control Trump.]
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