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Trump / Israel & Minority Congresswomen / Sanders Interview #1140361

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 15, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Bernie Sanders about President Trump pushing Israel to bar two minority Congresswomen from visiting Israel. [SANDERS - offers views on what is taking place is outrageous since we spend billions supporting Israel: is Trump racist, how he is attacking {with them} a progressive agenda for working people, the economy that is not good for working people, the possibilities of Congress taking action on gun legislation, how many guns are on the street & the NRA has power over the Republican leadership opposing gun safety legislation, his battle with Amazon & the "Washington Post", how six conglomerates control the media, the minimum wage issue.] Other material: TRUMP - says these people {gunmen} are mentally ill & nobody talks about them. so we need to build institutions.]
Cooper, Anderson

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