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Trump / Immigration Comments / A Discussion (Part III) #1119681

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 11, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live, often contentious, discussion continued with CNN's Van Jones, Ana Navarro, Jason Miller, Bakari Sellers & former Trump assistant Marc Latter† about President Trump's remark today during a discussion about immigration/Dreamers on people from "those shithole countries" {of Africa & Haiti}. Representative Nia Love's comment quoted. [NAVARRO, LATTER, JONES, SELLERS - offer views on Trump's opposition to Africans, Haitians, El Salvadorans & how his Oval Office is a morally bankrupt place, the context of his comments in an immigration discussion, how the Republican Party was the party of Lincoln, the systems of oppression & racism: the timing of Trump's remarks.]
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