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Trump / U.N. Speech / Peters Interview #1130399

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 25, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The laughing reaction at the U.N. to President Trump's speech introduced. [TRUMP - says his administration has accomplished more than almost any administration.] His later claims he was making the audience laugh noted. [In the past, nine times, TRUMP - says the world is laughing at us.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Army Lt. Col. Ralph Peters about Trump at the U.N. [PETERS - offers views on the "grim" world reaction to our president, how the president's words matter: how the world hears "patriotism" & "sovereignty" as nationalism: the layered meaning of words, how the world is mad at China, so Trump could have had support from the world about China.]

Cooper, Anderson

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