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Trump / Kelly's Role / Cook Interview / A Discussion #1115253

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 24, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Reporting from Politico on the role of White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly in managing President Trump introduced. [From Washington, Politico White House reporter Nancy COOK†- offer views on the policy-making process now under Kelly because former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus could not do it, but no one can control the president.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala & CNN's David Gergen about the White House process. [BEGALA - offer views on Kelly's role in control, but how Trump is difficult, how the White House process needs to work.] [GERGEN - offer views on how Trump learns: not by reading, how more order is needed in the White House, how this system was tested by what Trump said about Charlottesville, the role of Rob Porter in implementing Kelly's process.] [COOK - says the Trump children support the process because they are tired of the chaos.]

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