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Trump / Arizona Speech / An Analysis #1115096

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An exposition on a tale of two presidents in Donald Trump with his airing of grievances last night in his speech in Phoenix presented. [Today, before veterans, TRUMP - calls for healing the wounds that divide us.] [Last night, TRUMP - talks about how "damned dishonest these people are"; quotes what he said on Saturday about Charlottesville, Virginia.] How Trump was rewriting history noted. [August 12, TRUMP - says we condemn this violence "on many sides."] How this is ali done by omission noted. The white nationalists chanting "Jews will not replace us" shown. [August 16, "Vice News Tonight"'s Elle REEVE†- says the rally was coordinated: no innocent people there.] [Last night, TRUMP - says he said "racism is evil" but "they" criticize him, "they" {CNN} are turning the lights off now; states we are building up our military like never before; laments "one vote away" from repealing {Obamacare}, but "I won't mention any names;" speaks about Sheriff Joe Arpaio, convicted for doing his job; states our movement is built on love.] [August 14, TRUMP - says "racism is evil."] How CNN kept the cameras going for 77 minutes & how Trump slammed both Arizona senators on the health care bill. [Former national intelligence director James CLAPPER†- worries about the president & his access to nuclear codes & {North Korea leader} Kim Jong Un.] [On Thursday, after Charlottesville, Senator Bob CORKER - says the president needs to take stock of his role.] The question of why the president lies directly to his supporters & it is always about himself & what he could have said last night about Senator John McCain or the late Heather Heyer noted.
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