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Trump / Barr Tweets / Racism / A Discussion #1125475

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 31, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at tweets from President Trump about the racist tweets from TV star Roseanne Barr introduced; Trump tweet critical of Disney head Bob Iger, with mentioning the racism behind Barr's tweets with other examples of him avoiding issues of racism reviewed; scenes shown from the neo-Nazi marches in Charlottesville & of Trump refusing to condemn David Duke. Barr's recent tweet about Valerie Jarret noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Van Jones, former Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller & Republican Tara Setmayer about Trump, Barr & racism issues. [JONES, MILLER, SETMAYER - offer views on Trump not calling out racism because of his base, that it is unfair for him to comment on those like Roseanne Barr, Trump's prior support of Barr, how there is a race problem with this president.]

Cooper, Anderson

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