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Charlottesville, Virginia / Rally Violence / Trump Remarks / A Discussion #1114763

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 15, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump revealed today in his remarks about race & the alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, introduced. [Today, in response to questions, TRUMP - repeats it was important to get the facts out, the facts, the facts....]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Tara Setmayer, former Bush assistant Scott Jennings & Kirsten Powers, "New York Times" columnist Charles Blow, former Bush staffer Paris Dennard & Paul Begala about Trump & events; scenes shown from the Friday night march. [BLOW, DENNARD, POWERS, SETMAYER, JENNINGS, BEGALA - offer views on Trump as a bigot, misogynist & bully so America has to ask what white supremacy really is: making a hierarchy of people, the point of characterizing everyone there as neo-Nazis, how this was an organized pro-white demonstration, the conservatives' spin, the need for moral clarity from the president & the Republican Party's message to the president, the political role of David Duke in Louisiana, Blow & Setmayer bicker over the Republican Party, the president's "moral blindness" today.]

Cooper, Anderson

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