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Trump Unedited / Global Speech #1122804

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 03, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Keeping Them Honest" look at President Trump speaking unedited about global matters introduced. [With Baltic leaders, TRUMP - says he wants to get out of Syria since we are getting nothing out of the Middle East & we should have kept the oil.] [Special presidential envoy to the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS Bret McGURK†- speaks about the mission in Syria.] [TRUMP - says NATO is delinquent in paying.] The NATO guidelines noted. [Several times, TRUMP - says nobody has been tougher on Russia.] Trump;s handling of Russia noted; scenes of Presidents John F. Kennedy & Ronald Reagan speaking tough to Russia shown. [TRUMP - says President Obama made changes creating no border with Mexico: catch & release.] What catch & release means noted. [TRUMP - says the Postal Service is losing billions because it delivers for Amazon below cost.] How the Postal Service receives no tax dollars quoted & how Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos also owns the "Washington Post" noted. [TRUMP - says we will guard the border with military.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) Today's version of Trump after a weekend in Florida, the possible deployment of National Guard troops to the border, how the guard was used by President Bush in 2006, the reaction to what Trump said about ISIS in Syria in contradiction to his own officials discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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