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White House / Chaos / Cohn Resignation / A Discussion (Part II) #1121737

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 06, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) New evidence of the chaos in the white House with the resignation of White House economic adviser Gary Cohn over the tariff plan introduced; tweet from OMB director Mick Mulvaney about Cohn quoted. Live discussion continued with CNN's Ryan Lizza, Julie Hirschfield Davis, Kaitlan Collins & former Trump adviser Jason Miller about the White House. [LIZZA, COLLINS, DAVIS, MILLER - offer views on Cohn's legacy after he resigned over the tariff, the president's frustration with Cohn, but he drew the line on trade, Trump's embracing protectionism, the option of Larry Kudlow or Peter Navarro as Cohn's successor.]
Berman, John

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