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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at the division within US foreign policy Over Iran & North Korea that came out during President Trump's trip to Japan introduced. [On Monday, TRUMP - offers views on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.] How Trump's view may differ from that of national security adviser John Bolton with Trump having no consistent foreign policy outlined.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "The New Yorker" witer Dexter Filkins about Trump & Bolton. [FILKINS -offer views on how there is a fundamental divide between Bolton & Trump, who does not want war while Bolton consistently does resulting in a tension between the two, how Bolton is trying to spread his control over foreign policy since there are a lot of empty posts.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Trump's latest tweet on former Vice President Joe Biden & North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's comments on low IQ quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Dana Bash & Gloria Borger about Trump's tweet on Biden & Bolton. [BORGER - offers views on Trump making a joke now, did not Trump know that bolton was an interventionist.] [BASH - offerS views on the Biden respectful response to Trump, how Bolton has always been a "true believer" on Iran & North Korea.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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