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Britain / London Train Attack / Trump / A Discussion #1116076

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 15, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The tweet from President Trump just after the bomb explosion attack on the London train system in Britain introduced; tweets quoted. [British Prime Minister Theresa MAY - questions early speculation about this cowardly attack.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jennifer Granholm & Trump supporter Ed Martin about the Trump response. [GRANHOLM - offer views on Trump's "trigger-happy" twittering before having the information as he did in the Philippines & other incidents, how May was not "thrilled" with the Trump commentary.] [MARTIN - offer views on in defense of the Trump tweet about terrorists being "losers" & the need for tougher rules on terrorists, on what Trump said about Charlottesville & how s not jeopardizing the British investigation.] Other material: [August 14, TRUMP - explains why he did not respond sooner about Charlottesville: "I need the facts."

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