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Trump / Ball Tweet Tirade / A Discussion #1118116

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 22, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) President Trump's pardoning of two turkeys, his tweet against LaVar Ball about getting his son out of China after a shoplifting charge with two other UCLA basketball players quoted. [On Monday, with Chris Cuomo, BALL - rambles about Trump.] [Nov. 15, Cody RILEY, Jaden HILL, LiAngelo BALL - thank Trump & the government for help.] Trump's references to Don King & his hair noted. [On Tuesday, TRUMP - says Roy Moore denies it.] Trump's support for Moore despite sex charges noted.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Bakari Sellers & former Bush aide Paris Dennard about Trump. [SELLERS - offers views on the Trump-Ball exchanges, who patronizes on issue of racism with his going up against black people, a comparison between Trump & former President Obama, characterizes the people, how Trump lashes out against: culture wars.] [DENNARD - offers views on Trump, the elected president who got three basketball players out of jail: he deserved thanks, the Trump tax cut.]

Berman, John

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