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Trump / White House Shake-up / Bannon Exit / A Discussion #1114961

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 18, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The stepping down of Carl Icahn as an adviser to President Trump introduced. [On the campaign trail, ten times, TRUMP - lauds Icahn.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's "New York Times" Maggie Haberman {by phone} & "Devil's Bargain" author Josh Green, Trump supporter author Ed Martin & Jen Psaki about the Bannon move. [MARTIN, HABERMAN, GREEN, PSAKI - offer views on how Trump in is charge & his positions will not change, what conservatives are saying about who will fill the Bannon conservative role, Bannon's success in shifting the Republicans to populism & nationalism, how the administration did not use this move as an opportunity: what Trump feels is what he says as on Charlottesville, the public's view that Trump is in charge with pushing America First, the question of whether White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly will get structure in place for the White House.]

Berman, John

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