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Trump / Immigration / Peters Interview #1131713

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 01, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at President Trump, immigration, the midterm elections & his view on the truth introduced. [On Wednesday, on ABC News, TRUMP - says I always want to be truthful; adds the caravans look larger.] [Yesterday, TRUMP - says a lot of people say "yes" about George Soros.] [TRUMP - says some people call it an "invasion": these are tough people, young men we don't want in our country.] What he said today about asylum seekers & undocumented immigrants noted with statistics cited. [TRUMP - says the number could be millions of people.] What he said about asylum seekers, about new border walls & the caravan as a threat noted & his "untruths" clarified.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Army Col. Ralph Peters about Trump. [PETERS - offers views on Trump as the antithesis: an "unAmerican American president" with attacks on America, a nation divided over trivialities & petty grievances, on Trump's military strategy: he is playing with our troops on the border for partisan political purposes, that the left & right are failing on the immigration issue: that we should select who comes into our borders, what is an "invasion," not with the columns coming north, how immigration is a solvable problem, how we need to attract better people into government as with past generations, on the criteria for being a president.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:16:20

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