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Veterans Day / Trump / Peters Interview #1131985

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How President Trump stayed in the White House making no Veterans Day appearances after his trip to France for the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters about Trump in France; inset video from Paris of the world leaders. [PETERS - offers views on how Trump did not feel like going to the American cemetery in France to honors the soldiers & Marines, how the president was disengaged & embarrassed the nation, how nationalism is a perversion of patriotism, that the European leaders have written off Trump while the US remains the leader of the free world, about the role of the 369th Infantry Regiment the Harlem Hellfighters of WWWI: honor these veterans.]
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