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Trump / Corker & Flake / A Discussion #1117348

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 24, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The criticism of President Trump from Senators Bob Corker & Jeff Flake introduced. [FLAKE - criticizes giving into impulses to scapegoat.] Live discussion held with CNN's Republicans Amanda Carpenter & Jason Miller about the party after today. [CARPENTER - offers views that Trump is remaking the party in his own image & Flake & Corker will be replaced with strong conservatives Marsha Blackburn & Kelly Ward, who will support Trump; characterizes Corker's stance, the unresolved civil war in the party with Trump remaking the party in his own image.] [MILLER - offers views on Flake's standings in the primary in Arizona, so he would lose with Corker letting down fellow senators.]
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