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Trump & Bannon / Wolff Book / A Discussion #1119492

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 04, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What is said in Michael Wolff's book "Fire & Fury" about the White House factional power war between Steve Bannon & President Trump's daughter & son-in-law Ivanka Trump & Jared Kushner examined; Wolff quoted about the policy war between Bannon & "Jarvanka." Live discussion held with Newsmax Media CEO Christopher Ruddy & CNN's "The Devil's Bargain:" author Josh Green about the Bannon-Ivanka/Kushner rivalry. [RUDDY - offers views on how the rivalry really was between Bannon & the president, which raises issues about Bannon's being fired & criticizing the president, how Bannon is known because of his association with Trump after an earlier opposition to Trump running, on the Bannon-Breitbart agenda, how Bannon brought Wolff into the White House.] [GREEN - offers views on Bannon seeing himself as the architect of the Trump campaign & presidency.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:20

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