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Trump / Work Day / A Discussion #1119599

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 08, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The questions about how hard President Trump is working introduced; Trump tweet on his TV watching quoted; details given about the Axios report on his "executive time," which is his TV & Twitter time. [Feb. 11, May 15, 2016, March 14, 2016, Apr. 22, 2016, March 4, 2016, TRUMP - says he would rarely leave the White House, does not take vacations.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Chalian & Dana Bash about the president's work schedule. [CHALIAN, BASH - offer views on Trump's hypocrisy about tweets & television, his obsession with cable news & his press coverage in the past, too, his vacation time.]

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