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Immigration / Separated Families / First Lady / The Coast / A Discussion #1126414

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 22, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The immigration uproar over the jacket worn by First Lady Melania Trump during her visit to a detention center for child immigrants re-introduced;tweets by Melania & Ivanka Trump about immigration quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's A.B. Stoddard & Amanda Carpenter about the first lady & immigration & the jacket. [CARPENTER - offers views on the jacket being a message to her husband & how it was a juvenile move taking the focus away from the children.] [STODDARD - offer views on president Trump's focus on the jacket, how she "trolled" her husband, how Melania is in a bizarre position with her visit, how Ivanka could take responsibility on the issue.]
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