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Trump / Arizona Speech / A Discussion / Clapper Interview #1115098

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 23, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What "The Hills" Jordan Fabian tweeted about President Trump quoted. [Former national intelligence director James CLAPPER†- worries about the president & his access to nuclear codes & {North Korea leader} Kim Jong Un.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Axelrod, David Chalian & Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio about Trump, his Phoenix speech & Clapper's analysis. [AXELROD, CHALIAN, D'ANTONIO - offer views on Clapper's remarks, the need to be cautionary about Trump, the need for Congressional Republicans to take on a leadership role to get the Trump agenda on course, how Trump often acts impulsively, how Republicans, like Senator Bob Corker & Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, are dealing with the president, Trump's raw-nerve approach at his rallies.]

Cooper, Anderson

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