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Terrorism / Package Bombs / Political Rhetoric / Kasich Interview #1131532

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 25, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the discovery that many of the pipe bomb packages went through a mail facility in Opa-Locka, Florida, with all the targets having been verbally attacked by President Trump reviewed. [Several times, TRUMP - criticizes Hillary Clinton, Representative Maxine Waters, former Vice President Joe Biden.] [Oct. 9, CLINTON; former attorney general Eric HOLDER; BIDEN, 2017, WATERS. 2016, actor Robert De NIRO - speak out belligerently against Trump.] A tweet from former CIA dir. John Brennan accusing Trump of treason quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Ohio Governor John Kasich about political rhetoric. [KASICH - offers views on the language of the Democrats with Trump having the biggest megaphone in the world & we expect more from the president rather than attacking the press as the enemy of the people, how the president is unable to bring the people together or take any personal responsibility, how the Democrats have to be careful, too, how a leader's job is to calm people down.] Other material: [Last night, TRUMP - talks about behaving well.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The all-clear determination in the CNN building updated.

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