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Trump / Corker & Flake / Flake Interview / A Discussion #1117346

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Jeff Mattingly) The criticism of President Trump from Senators Bob Corker & Jeff Flake & the somber Senate Republican reaction to Flake's speech discussed. [On the Senate floor, FLAKE - comments on "the new normal" with a coarseness of the national dialogue.] [Senators Cory BOOKER, Michael BENNET - offer views on Flake's speech.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jake Tapper) The CNN exclusive interview with Flake how this is a historic day at the Senate with Republican senators' dramatic criticism of Trump, the opposition Flake was facing for re-election with the voters in Tennessee & Arziona being with Trump discussed. [FLAKE - says we should not normalize the president's behavior with tweets that are not okay; wonders when the "fever" in the Republican Party will break.]

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