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Trump & Sessions / A Discussion (Part II) #1129142

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 23, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) President Trump's renewed criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions introduced. [On Fox, TRUMP - criticizes Sessions for never taking control of the Justice Department.] Sessions' response quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's David Gergen, Dan Rather & Carl Bernstein about Trump. [In studio, RATHER - offers views on Sessions, who has advanced the Trump agenda.] Rather's tweet yesterday on Trump quoted. [BERNSTEIN - offer views critical of Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, how Trump commands huge support from Republicans during this "cold civil war."] [GERGEN - offers views on how the Republican Party has become the Trump Party & may go down with him, so the party has to change soon, that Sessions may be removed after the midterms when special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller might be fired.]

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