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Trump / "New York Times" Letter / A Discussion (Part II) #1129765

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 06, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The publication in the "New York Times" of an anonymous op-ed letter from someone inside President Trump's administration warning about his agenda re-introduced; op-ed quoted on the president's amorality, impulsiveness, reckless decisions, the 25th Amendment.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Gloria Borger, John Dean, David Gergen & Carl Bernstein about Trump. [GERGEN, DEAN, BORGER, BERNSTEIN - offer views on the suggestions of lie detector tests, polygraphs under President Nixon, the irony of a president who has trouble telling the truth, how Bob Woodward's book is about a president unhinged & not doing the business of a president: he is undone by his lies: the fitness for him to be the president, how the 25th Amendment is premature: wait till the elections, the op-=ed writer's phrasing.]

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