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Trump / Clapper / Hayden Interview #1115251

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 24, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The response of President Trump to remarks from former national intelligence director James Clapper introduced. [CLAPPER - offer views on of Trump's fitness to be in this office & have access to nuclear codes.] Live discussion held with former CIA director Michael Hayden about Clapper & Trump. [HAYDEN - offers views on his letter questioning the competency/stability of presidential candidate Trump, how he still worries about Trump & the decision-making process, how foreign intelligence services are concerned about authority in the US: the veneer of civilization can be thin at times.]
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