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Kentucky / Brian Thompson / Trump / Randy Kucinich #1195269

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Apr 27, 2017
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We turn now from Major to miners. Coal miners watching to see whether the president keeps his promises. Here's Jim Axelrod. They're worried about a lot of things in the coal mines of western Pennsylvania. But how the president is doing it 100 days just isn't one of them. Rome was built in a day. You know it. It's a process. You have to see how things go. Everybody wants to cut them down. It's only been on our days. Brian Thompson has 20 years in the mines. Tim Roadblock. Thirty nine before retir...
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Jim Axelrod
Duration:
00:02:19

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