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White House / Kelly, Pruitt #1123015

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 08, 2018
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(White House: Geoff Bennett) Talk that White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly is on his way out, the controversy over EPA administrator Scott Pruitt with Three new, hardline advisers coming in {Mike Pompeo, Gina Haspel & John Bolton} examined; President Trump's tweet quoted; details given about the Trump-Kelly relationship. ["The Gatekeepers" author Chris WHIPPLE†- says you cannot run the White House like the 26th floor of Trump Tower.] [On Thursday, on plane, TRUMP - backs Pruitt.] The coming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un noted.

Snow, Kate;
Bennett, Geoff

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