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How Will CNN’s Jake Tapper Be Remembered In 30 Years?

by Ace Damon

This week, on Inside the Hive, CNN’s Jake Tapper joins Joe Hagan for a wide-ranging conversation, from his role in covering Donald Trump to the exciting new war movie The Outpost, based on the nonfiction book by Tapper, 2012, about a harrowing battle between 53 US service members and more than 400 Taliban in which eight Americans were killed. Tapper describes his emotional reaction to reports that Trump ignored information about Russia paying Taliban insurgents to kill American soldiers. He also addresses the theory that CNN itself is partially to blame for Trump’s rise and explains what motivates his reporting in a world where Watergate-sized revelations rarely move the needle of public opinion.

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