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Maryland / Newspaper Shooting / Trump & the Press / A Discussion #1126805

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 29, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) A Keeping Them Honest look at What President Trump said about the shooting at the newspaper office in Annapolis, Maryland, while attacking the press for years introduced. [At White House, TRUMP - says journalists should be free of fear of being violently attacked.] Trump's verbal attacks on journalists noted. [On Monday, TRUMP - cites the fake news: the enemy of the people.] [Today, on Air Force One, TRUMP - says he has a lot of respect for the press.] [A dozen times, TRUMP - attacks the media.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Scott Jennings & Bakari Sellers about Trump & the media. [JENNINGS - offers views on Trump's view of the press as the enemy of the people.] [SELLERS - offers views on the president's caricature of the press, how this approach has worked for Trump.]

Berman, John

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