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Trump / Mistruths & Lies #1136213

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 04, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Some examples of falsehoods from President Trump, such as his father being born in Germany, introduced. [On Tuesday, TRUMP - says the noise from windmills causes cancer.]

(Washington: Gloria Borger) Trump's fraught relationship to the truth reviewed; scenes shown from his Trump Tower & Atlantic City casino, his press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. [Former Trump employee Barbara RES - explains how he got publicity for the Trump Towers.] ["The Art of the Deal" co-author Tony SCHWARTZ†- calls it "truthful hyperbole"; that there is no distinction between what is true & what is false: an innocent form of exaggeration, but the truth is the truth.] [Trump architect Alan LAPIDUS†, Trump casino manager Jack O'DONNELL†- say Taj Mahal slots shut down on opening day.] [With Larry King, TRUMP - lies about why the slots shutting down.] [With Putin, TRUMP - says Putin says it was not Russia.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Borger, Gloria

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