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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The backlash against Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's wife actress Louise Linton after her Instagram photo in which she bragged about & tagged all her designer clothes labels examined; photo of her getting off a government plane after an official trip shown with Linton & the exchange between critic "Jennimiller" & Linton quoted. [After she commented, Jenni MILLER- questions Linton tagging everything she wore; reacts to Linton's tone deaf retort.] Linton's prior controversial "In Congo's Shadow" book about her 1990s time in Zambia outlined. Linton's apology for her Instagram rant & her background as an actress discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Alice Stewart & Kirsten Powers about Linton; photo with designer tags shown. [PoWERS, STEWART - offer views on Linton's Instagram juvenile posting, this administration's tendency to be out of touch with average Americans, their view about serving in the government, the lessons for Linton, wife of a cabinet member, the Linton apology.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Kaye, Randi
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