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Trump & Mattis / A Discussion #1131119

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 15, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said in his "60 Minutes" interview about Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis. [TRUMP - says Mattis is "sort of a Democrat" & everybody leaves: that's Washington & "I know more about it {NATO} than he does."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta & Gloria Borger on Trump & Mattis. [PANETTA - offer views on Trump's view he knows more about NATO than Mattis, but it undermines our nation security since Mattis is knowledgeable, the reality of Trump accepting advice from those more knowledgeable than he is.] [BORGER - offers views on Trump dubbing Mattis a Democrat: they have disagreements so how long can he last in the administration.]

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