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World War II / D-Day Anniversary / Trump / Wehner Interview #1138067

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 05, 2019
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(Studio: John Berman) How President Trump is handling the obligation of honoring the 75th anniversary of D-Day introduced. [June 6, 1984, President Ronald REAGAN - speaks about the 40th anniversary of D-Day.] The view of Reagan's speech & the general view about that era of sacrifice noted. [TRUMP - says he is making the trip tomorrow to Normandy after being with the queen & the royal family & it has been well covered.] Trump tweets critical of the media, former Vice President Joe Biden & Bette Midler as well as the D-Day anniversary quoted.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with former President Bush's speechwriter Peter Wehner@ about Trump. [From Washington, WEHNER - offer views on the elegant words from Reagan: a dignified speech while Trump is "a man without dignity"; talks about Bush's overseas speech but Trump does not see his job as representing the US, rather he thrives on conflict & is a narcissist who does not even know what message he is delivering, about how volatile Trump is: no coherent policy voice.] Other material: [On Tuesday, TRUMP - says there were thousands of people cheering but I did not see protests: fake news.] How Bush showed humor in 2005 shown.

Berman, John

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