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Trump / Porter Resignation / Domestic Violence / "Due Process" / Central Park 5 #1120888

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 12, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump has said about due process for the accused in light of the case of White House staff secretary Rob Porter & domestic violence introduced. [Several times, .White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - speaks about fairness & "due process."] Various examples of Trump acting without due process as in the case of the Central Park Five case outlined. Live discussion held with Central Park 5 exonereees' Raymond Santana & Yusuf Salaam about Trump & due process. [SANTANA, SALAAM - offer views on Trump & due process again, how there are two separate Americas: one for the white affluent & one for people of color, how race plays a part as in their case or with women & sexual assault, how Trump has never apologized to them about calling for the death penalty.]
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