This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Evan Perez) What the US knows about Amri, who is on the no-fly list, the role of the US intelligence in the Amri manhunt discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's security analyst Bob Baer & terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank about the Berlin attack. [BAER, CRUICKSHANK - offer views on why Amri was not detained in Germany, what was known about Amri's ties to ISIS & terrorism threats, why he was not arrested, questions about his whereabouts.] [BAER - offers views on Edwin Snowden's contacts with Russian intelligence after his defection.]
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, former State Department official Shamila Chaudhary & counterterrorism analyst Buck Sexton about Trump, Obama & the Middle East. [GERGEN, CHAUDHARY, SEXTON - offer views on what should be done in the presidential transition, the U.N. vote, Trump's support for Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's history of meddling in American politics, the Middle East peace process, what Obama should have done.]
(Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The questions about a "nuclear standoff" between President-elect Donald Trump & Russian President Vladimir Putin examined; Putin statement & Trump Tweet about nuclear capabilities quoted; Russia-US military comparison outlined on screen. [In campaign debate, TRUMP - talks nuclear.] [In 2009, President OBAMA - talks about a world without nuclear weapons.] [State Department spokesman John KIRBY- talks about the US military.]
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, former State Department official Shamila Chaudhary & counterterrorism analyst Buck Sexton about Trump, his Tweet & nuclear capability. [SEXTON, GERGEN, CHAUDHARY - offer views on what Trump has said about nuclear matters & the need to upgrade the nuclear system, the US policy of reducing nuclear warheads, the ambiguity of Trump's "nuclear" Tweet, Trump's inconsistencies.]
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with Representative Marsha Blackburn about military procurement. [From Nashville, BLACKBURN - offers views on how things will be done at the Pentagon with Trump sending a message about budget, his commitment to modernizing, on the issue of vetting of refugees entering the US.]
(Los Angeles: Stephanie Elam) How A-List performers are turning down invitations to perform at President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration examined. ["Variety" editor Ted JOHNSON- says there are hurt feelings after the presidential election campaign & musicians are put off by Trump: Hollywood leans left.]