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Trump / Racist Remarks / DACA Immigrants / A Discussion #1119703

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 12, 2018
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto; Capitol Hill: Phil Mattingly) The pattern of the Republican lack of response to {racist} comments made yesterday {as before} by President Trump while waiting for the news cycle to turn, the need for a resolution on the DACA bill that is tied to the issue of government funding to prevent a shutdown discussed.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & David Axelrod about Trump's remarks. [GERGEN, AXELROD - offer views on how it is hard for Republicans to defend Trump's remarks, the call from Representative Mia Love for an apology, how we have asked these questions before about a Trump outrage & the Republican inaction, a report that the president "loved" this controversy despite universal condemnation of his racist remarks, Trump's canceling of his trip to Britain: he understood he would be greeted negatively in London, the view he has lost the Brits, who have always welcomed American presidents.] Other material: Trump tweet blaming former President Obama for London's US embassy.

Sciutto, Jim;
Mattingly, Phil

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