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Trump / Immigration Comments / Richmond Interview / A Discussion (Part II) #1119679

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 11, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Black Caucus chairman Representative Cedirc Richmond about President Trump's remark today during a discussion about immigration/Dreamers on people from "those shithole countries" {of Africa & Haiti}. [RICHMOND - offerS views on how this is a distraction that will play well with his base.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Wat Trump has said in the past about not being racist introduced. [Dec. 9, 2015, on CNN, TRUMP - says he is the least racist person.] Live, often contentious, discussion continued with CNN's Van Jones, Ana Navarro, Jason Miller, Bakari Sellers & former Trump assistant Marc Latter† about Trump's comments. [LATTER, SELLERS, MILLER, JONES - offer views on presidents using salty language, how he is talking about his immigration goals based on a merit-based system, the fundamental values of diversity.]

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