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Trump / Muslim Videos Re-tweets / Clapper Interview #1118320

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 30, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The controversy over President Trump's re-tweeting of Muslim videos from the Britain First hate group introduced. [In British Parliament, Peter BONE†- criticizes the president's Twiiter.] The defense of re-tweeting from White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders introduced. [SANDERS - says he has elevated the conversation about the threat of extreme terrorism.] A confrontation between Britain First's Jayda Fransen†† & a Muslim woman shown. [Britain First leader Paul GOLDING†- explains their incursion into a Muslim neighborhood.] [Last night, widower of murdered British MP Jo Cox, Brendan COX†- opposes Trump re-tweeting for giving voices to radicals.] [In response to question, SANDERS - says we have a real threat of violence.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former nationaL intelligence director James Clapper about concerns. [CLAPPER - offers views on how these videos could incite people in the Middle East, that Trump should tweet with discretion: reckless & seeming to endorse inflammatory videos generating risk for Americans, that it is dangerous to demonize all Muslims.]

Cooper, Anderson

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