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Trump / July 4 / Military Parade / Panetta Interview #1138942

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 02, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at President Trump's Fourth of July military parade in Washington, DC, introduced. [On Sunday, in Korea, TRUMP - says we will have the best military, but the Democrats did not want to give it to you.] Trump tweet about the military parade quoted. [On CNN, retired Gen. Stan;y McCHRYSTAL@- says the military proves itself on the battlefield, so we don't have to bring them to the National Mall.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta about the parade. [PANETTA - offers views on how we don not have to display our military power to the world, how Trump will give a political speech on the 4th, which would undermine what the Fourth is all about, what former Secretary of Defense Gen. James Mattis said about a military parade, which will cost taxpayers money as Trump emulates authoritarian figures.]

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