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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at the publication in the "New York Times" of an anonymous op-ed letter from someone inside President Trump's administration warning about his agenda & the resistance inside the White House to his worst inclinations featured; op-ed about Trump's amorality, leadership style & impulsive nature leading to reckless decisions with consideration of the 25th Amendment quoted in detail. [TRUMP - calls the dishonest media a disgrace while we are getting things done & the "New York Times" is failing & apologized when we won & we have done more than anyone is less than two years.] Two Trump tweets quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with former Senator John Kerry, author of a new book "Every Day is Extra," about this "New York Times" op-ed. [KERRY - offerS views on how this is extraordinary, if you add this to what is in Bob Woodward's book; the president has a serious problem with truth & the presidency is off the rails, how it is a genuine constitutional crisis with Republicans defending party, that Trump never held Russian President Vladimir Putin accountable: this is dangerous, that our institutions are very strong: they need to stand up through elected leaders, why it is more dangerous now than in the Vietnam War because the president is not fit to hold office & leaders need to lead now.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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