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Terrorism / Package Bombs / Trump & Leadership / A Discussion (Part I) #1131526

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 25, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news/A Keeping Them Honest look at how the pipe bomb terrorism attack is a test for presidential leadership with President Trump not mentioning the names of former Presidents Clinton & Obama with CNN targeted introduced; Trump tweet blaming the mainstream media quoted. [Nov. 9, 2016, TRUMP - says it is time to bind the wounds of division & come together as one united people.] The leadership challenge for this president as compared to that of Abraham Lincoln noted. [Last night, TRUMP - says the media has to stop the endless hostility & false attacks.] What retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal said about leadership on CNN quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Shimon Prokupecz) The FBI investigation in the south Florida area to see if the devices came from there discussed; inset video of the packaging & bomb devices shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Rene Marsh) How several of the packages were mailed without visible postmarks with several going through the Opa-Locka postal distribution system, how not every package gets a postmark discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former NYPD police Michael O'Neil, former CIA official Philip Mudd & former FBI agent Asha Rangappa about the bomb investigation. [MUDD - offers views on the clues about the mailing of ten different packages.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Shimon, Anderson Cooper,;
Marsh, Rene

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