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Trump / Work/Vacation Days / A Discussion #1119167

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 26, 2017
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto; West Palm Beach, Florida: Abby Philip) A report on President Trump's golfing on a back-to-work day discussed; scenes shown of Trump on the golf course; CBS statistics on vacations for former presidents Obama, Bush & Clinton cited.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's Norm Eisen & Ken Cuccinelli† about Trump's work vs. vacation days. [EISEN - offers views on Trump's campaign commitment not to play golf in office, how Trump makes money off his visits in Florida: an appearance of conflict & the millions spent.] [CUCCINELLI - offers views on presidents playing golf, the problem of the "imperial presidency," an overgrown executive, his campaign hyperbole, the need to shrink the presidential entourage.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Philip, Abby

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