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CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 11, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "New York Times" report on how much cable television President Trump watched a day introduced & quoted. Live discussion held with Trump friend Christopher Ruddy & CNN's Trump author Michael D'Antonio about Trump. [RUDDY - offers views on Trump being a "gut instinct guy" who speaks unscripted, how the "New York Times" piece is distorted about his TV watching, how he decides by himself, his coke drinking.] [D'ANTONIO - offers views on the president's sense of drama, how he tries to drive events, how he takes things personally: he is the decider.]
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