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Trump / McCain Speech / A Discussion #1117047

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 17, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said about Senator John McCain after his speech last night introduced. [On "The Chris Plante Show," TRUMP - says at some point he will fight back.] [Last night, McCAIN - speaks about the US being the last best hope of Earth, not a half-baked spurious nationalism & a tired dogma of the past.] Other Trump comments on McCain introduced. [Eleven times, McCAIN  - criticizes McCain.] [Today, McCAIN - says he was talking about the environment of non-productivity.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "The Truth About Trump" author Michael D'Antonio & historian Douglas Brinkley about Trump & McCain. [BRINKLEY - offers views on Trump making the White House look very small by picking on McCain, who was a war hero, how McCain is taking a moral high ground in the Senate.] [D'ANTONIO - offers views on Trump's view of never apologizing & always attacking: a disconnect between Trump & McCain with Trump being shameless.]

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