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Trump & Bannon / Wolff Book #1119554

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 07, 2018
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(Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced.

(White House: David Wright) The ongoing conversations about the book by Michael Wolff, "Fire & Fury," about President Trump's White House, including the charge from Steve Bannon that the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump, Jr. & a Russian lawyer was "treasonous," examined; a statement from Bannon placating Trump & now focusing on Paul Manafort quoted; details given about the mental fitness issue. [Jan. 6, President TRUMP - says "sloppy Steve" brought Wolff into the White House.] [On "Meet the Press," WOLFF - says this is 25th Amendment stuff.] Trump tweet defending his mental stability quoted. [TRUMP - defends his background.] [On CNN, in bickering interview with Jake Tapper, senior adviser Stephen MILLER†- calls Trump a "political genius."] Bannon's comments blaming Jared Kushner & Ivanka Trump discussed.

Reporter(s):
Llamas, Tom;
Wright, David
Duration:
00:03:50

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