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Trump / Fake Media / Boot Discussion #1129497

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 30, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) A Keeping Them Honest look at President Trump's tweet about the dishonest media & fake books & Lester Holt of NBC "fudging" the tape on Russia introduced. [On NBC, May 11, 2017, TRUMP - says he was going to fire FBI director James Comey despite any recommendation: that Russia is a made up story.] The Holt tape defended. [July 24, TRUMP - says don't believe the crap from fake news & what you are reading in not what is happening.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's "Washington Post" columnist Max Boot about Trump. [BOOT - offers views on how Trump wants his followers to believe him & not what they see, how the facts are turning against him with his own attorney implicating him in crimes, what Trump is saying about being "patient" with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un while the reality is North Korea is expanding their nuclear program.]

Berman, John

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