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White House / Jared & Ivanka / Haberman Interview #1121638

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 02, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The report from "New York Times" reporter aggie Haberman about President Trump wanting daughter Ivanka Trump & son-in-law Jared Kushner to leave the White House examined. [HABERMAN - offers views on Trump's closest relationship being with his daughter, his feeling Jared is garnering negative headlines with Kushner perhaps taking a role outside the White House, that he has approached White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly about what to do with Ivanka & Jared, the report from CNN's Gloria Borger about the alarm at the White House with total chaos there accelerated by the Rob Porter issue, the link between Trump's tweeting & the weekend golfing weather in Florida.]
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