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Trump / Syria / Turkey Attacks / US Policy / Coons Interview #1142026

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 14, 2019
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(Westerville, Ohio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Chris Coons about the situation in Syria involving President Trump, Turkey's President Recep Erdogan, the Kurds & powers in the region. [From Delaware, COONS - offers views on how this is what happens when an untested President takes foreign policy actions {as in Syria} without relying on advisers, what it means for our allies' view of the US, the destabilizing of the region with victories for Syrian President Hafez al-Assad, Russian President Vladimir Putin & Iran, so Trump has to reverse his ill-informed decision, how the damage may be irretrievable.]
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