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Trump / Obama Legacy / Executive Orders / A Discussion #1116947

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Governor Jennifer Granholm & former senator Rick Santorum about President Trump's use of executive orders to overturn former President Obama's legacy. [SANTORUM - offers views on executive orders to suspend parts of Obamacare, which was unauthorized, how we will see if Democrats will accept flexibility; pushes common sense reforms to lower rates.] Granholm anti-Trump tweet quoted. [GRANHOLM - offers views on Trump vandalizing the health care of millions: let's get it fixed rather than dismantled, how Democrats say "mend it, don't end it."]
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