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Trump / Press Credentials / A Discussion #1124416

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 09, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The threat from President Trump to revoke the press credentials introduced; tweet quoted. Live discussion held with "Baltimore Sun" media critic David Zurawik† & Bloomberg White House correspondent Margaret Talev† about Trump & news. [TALEV - offers views on Trump's criticism of the press, the solidarity of the press corps.] [In the past, four times, TRUMP - speaks about the dishonest press.] [ZURAWIK - offers views on how this threat is a serious matter, a Baltimore case in which the courts decided the executive could decide on press coverage, that this is fascist-style remarks.]
Berman, John

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