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Colbert Interview / Trump (Part I) #1140327

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 14, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The exclusive CNN interview with comedian Stephen Colbert about the era of President Trump presented. [COLBERT - offers views on what administration spokesman Ken Cuccinelli said about the Statue of Liberty poem by Emma Lazarus with this administration telling us what to see, hear & feel with Trump "a heretic to reality," how the thesis of his show is you {the audience} are not crazy, how the show responds to "chopper talk" from Trump, why it would be difficult to interview Trump.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Further coverage of the interview tomorrow on AC360 noted.

Cooper, Anderson

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