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Trump / The Press & Other Issues / A Discussion #1116899

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 11, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A tweet from President Trump against network news quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's former Obama official Van Jones, former Trump aide Jason Miller & Brian Stelter about Trump & the media. [STELTER, MILLER, JONES - offer views on the tweet as him venting, but he suggests licenses should be revoked, which is against the First Amendment, whether Trump should have "poked the bear," the freedom of the press issue, the impact of the president's veiled threats, the issue of government & private {media} business, the story of Steve Bannon saying Trump won't finish his term, the role White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly in providing "structure," what Trump friend Tom Barrack†† said about Trump., how people have to "adapt to absurdity."]
Cooper, Anderson

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