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Trump / CNN International Criticism / Hayden Interview #1118235

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 27, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Trump's tweet critical of CNN International as fake news & the tweeted response of CNN quoted; details given of international coverage by Ben Wedeman, Arwa Damon & Christiane Amanpour {her tweet quoted about the shooting of camerawoman Margaret Mott in 1992}.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former CIA director Michael Hayden; his tweet quoted. [HAYDEN - offers views on the thin veneer of civilization & his reaction to the Trump tweet being an assault on the free press & the First Amendment, the broader question of pushing freedom of the press with the American president questioning the press & what these signals send to world leaders {like Putin, Erdogan††, Sisi}.]

Cooper, Anderson

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