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Woodward & Bernstein Interview / Trump White House (Part II) #1121589

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 28, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Watergate authors Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein about Presidents Trump & Richard Nixon; clips shown from the film "All the President's Men." [WOODWARD, BERNSTEIN - offer views on how Watergate was about Nixon's effort to undermine the US election system by undercutting Edmund Muskie's presidential campaign, how the Russians have destabilized us via their efforts, how it takes a toll on people like Nixon & Trump, the withchunt issue for both, Nixon's long adversarial relations with the press while Trump's business career was based on manipulating the press.] Other material: phone call between Nixon †† press secretary Ron Ziegler from Dec. 11, 1972 about keeping out reporters from the "Washington Post" played.
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:30

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