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Trump / UN Ambassador / Nauert Nomination / A Discussion #1132683

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 06, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Jen Psaki & Brian Stelter about the expectation that President Trump will choose State Department spokeswoman & former Fox anchor Heather Nauert to succeed US Ambassador to U.N. Nikki Haley. [GERGEN, PSAKI, STELTER - offer views on Nauert's thin resume for the U.N. where active diplomacy is needed, the job role with behind-closed-door diplomacy so Nauert's selection would diminish the job on the world stage, the "merger" of Fox & Trump's recruiting via television. what Haley brought to her job at the U.N.: credibility due to her ties to Trump, the issue of Nauert's view of the U.N.] Other material: [Sept. 25, TRUMP - says his administration has accomplished more than any administration in our history.]
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