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Two Presidents on Politics / A Discussion #1117401

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 19, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Speeches by former Presidents Obama & Bush about today's politics without naming President Trump introduced. [OBAMA - speaks about the course of politics where people with different ideals are demonized.] [At the George W. Bush Inst., BUSH - speaks about casual cruelty in politics where arguments turn into animosity.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Bush aide Scott Jennings & former Obama aide Jen Psaki on the speeches. [JENNINGS - offers views on the Bush speech on politics & policy, the urban-rural divide, the unravelling, how we need to remember who we are & our values.] [PSAKI - offers views on the remarks from both former presidents on common decency, how Obama may campaign for Democratic candidates.] Other material: [BUSH - speaks about our ideals.]

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