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Trump / Remarks / Dr. Martin Luther King Day / A Discussion (Part I) #1119794

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 15, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How past presidents mark Dr. Martin Luther King Day with service while President Trump played golf in Florida recalled; scenes shown. Live discussion held with CNN's Bakari Sellers, Ana Navarro, "National Review" editor Richard Lowry & Paris Dennard about Trump, racism & immigration. [SELLERS, DENNARD, LOWRY, NAVARRO - offer views on how Trump does not understand MLK's legacy, that Trump is racist while we are trying to break down racism in the country, how he met with King's relatives in Atlanta while other officials commemorated the day, the nature of his vulgarity & how the reaction has been over the top as alleged by Senator Dick Durbin, the issue of a merit-based immigration system, which is the context for his remarks, the issue of covering immigrants with protected status like Haiti & El Salvador, how to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King: Trump stay home.]
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