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Trump / "New York Times" Letter / The Whodunit / A Discussion #1129767

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 06, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Photos of the officials working with President Trump who have denied writing the op-ed in the "New York Times" shown. [Senator Bob CORKER†- comments on the writer.]

(New York: Randi Kaye) The whodunit game of finding out who wrote the "New York Times" letter featured; suggested names named. [Trump attorney former New York City Mayor Rudolph GIULIANI, TV host Whoopi GOLDBERG, historian Douglas BRINKLEY, former Clinton speecwriter David KUSNET†, John DEAN, TV WOMAN, Joy BEHAR, Trump adviser Kellyanne CONWAY, comedian Jimmy KIMMEL††- talk/speculate about "Anonymous" & his language.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Dana Bash & historian Douglas Brinkley about Trump & the op-ed writer. [BASH - offers views on how it is an explosion of anger, the view that it is wrong to do this anonymously, how there is genuine concern about the opposition to the president from within.] [BRINKLEY - offers views on the writer, the similarities to President Nixon's Watergate days.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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