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Trump / Obama Birther, "Access Hollywood" Tape Issues / Haberman Interview #1118291

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 29, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The revelation that President Trump is again claiming former President Obama was not born in the US thus reversing himself on the birther issue & his questioning of the authenticity of the "Access Hollywood" tape re-introduced. [Sept. 16, 2016, TRUMP - says in 2008 Hillary Clinton started the birther controversy & I finished it: President Obama was born in the US.] [Oct. 7, 2016, TRUMP - admits he regrets these words on a decades-old tape.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman about these two issues. [HABERMAN - offers views on his past apology on the tape, how he wills things into existence, his versions of reality, the Obama birth certificate story & how he can't ever admit he is wrong, his re-tweeting of videos from a far-right group.] The White House reaction to the "New York Times" story quoted.

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