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Trump / Native Americans / "Pocahontas" / A Discussion (Part II) #1118233

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 27, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The uproar over what President Trump said while honoring the three Native Americans code talkers from World War II introduced. [TRUMP - makes a reference to "Pocahontas."] Live discussion held with CNN's Ed Martin & Tara Setmayer about Trump's remarks. [MARTIN - offers views on Trump, the World War II vets, what Senator Elizabeth Warren has said about her ancestry; how Trump's remark was appropriate & witty & he honored the code talkers.] [SETMAYER - offers views on how Native Americans find it offensive, how staging the event in the room with an Andrew Jackson painting was tasteless.] [MARTIN, SETMAYER - bicker.]
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