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Trump / Two Summits / North Korea, G7 / A Discussion #1125762

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 07, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said about the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un introduced. [TRUMP - says he does not have to prepare very much: it is about attitude.] [Five times, TRUMP - calls NATO obsolete & they need to pay dues.] How NATO countries do not pay dues noted. [Today, TRUMP - says we have raised money from countries not paying their share.] Trump's tariffs on our allies with the G7 economic summit tomorrow noted; tweet from French President Emmanuel Macron about the six countries & Trump's reply quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Max Boot & former "Time" editor Bobby Gosh about Trump & the summits. [GOSH - offers views on Trump's primary interest in the North Korea summit while thumbing his nose at the G7, how Trump has dragged French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron into his world of social media.] [BOOT - offers views on how Trump's rift with the allies helps Russian President Vladimir Putin: the damage may not be reparable, the mystery of why Trump has so much confidence in the realm of nuclear diplomacy: it is a dangerous situation.]

Cooper, Anderson

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