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Trump / McConnell Feud / Burns Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1115069

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "New York Times" report on the feud between President Trump & Senator Mitch McConnell introduced; inset video from Phoenix of the protests against the campaign rally visit by President Trump shown. [In interview, "New York Times" Alex BURNS†- says McConnell is telling others he no longer feels Trump can be a dependable partner, that they had shouting match about the Russian investigation, how Trump feels about Republican support & the resulting grudges, including about the health care bill.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta & CNN's David Gergen about Trump's feud with McConnell. [PANETTA, GERGEN - offer views on the breakdown between McConnell & Trump, how it is a temperament problem from Trump working with the powerful Senate, which looks upon itself as a club, so McConnell feels insulted.]

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