CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 16, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Bedminister, New Jersey: Jim Acosta) The reaction of the Trump administration to the backlash to his comments yesterday with no resignations from the White House staff, what V.A. Secretary Jim Shulkin said/did not say about Trump's remarks discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Vice News video of the night marchers with torches chanting "Jews will not replace us" & the car hitting counter-demonstrators shown. [From Charlottesville, "Vice News Tonight"'s Ellie REEVE- offers views on how well organized the Tiki torch marchers were, knowing what they were doing: a planned protest, how Trump exceeds the expectations of white nationalists, how veterans were radicalized in Iraq & committed to security, how these men feel they are oppressed & that white western culture is under assault.] [In Reeve's interview, white nationalist Christopher CANTWELL - says "stupid animals" struck the vehicle so he hit the gas: he was justified.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) [In earlier interview by Reeve, CANTWELL - explains how he is trying to make himself more capable of violence; talks about that bastard Jared Kushner with that beautiful girl; shows all the weapons that he carries, how nobody was killed unjustly.] [Now, CANTWELL - says we have done everything in our power to keep this peaceful: how our enemies will not stop.]
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