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I mean, my phone died already twice today because people have been texting and calling and they're like, you know, stay strong because you're doing something that is going to make the world better for your daughter, you know? Full transcript, via CNN: JAKE TAPPER, CNN: Joining me right now is Leeann Tweeden. So, they kind of have that for us so we can see, you know, when everybody changes back there and everything and you can see, you know, make sure you're dressed and everything. And he's like, let's go over our lines and let's do -- we really should rehearse the kiss and that was the first time I'd heard that part of it.
You want to leave it better than what you had it." "And it's like you know, I've had so many of my girlfriends text me. So, then we move on to Iraq and then we end up in Afghanistan. We were backstage, sort of the backstage area in Kuwait as a makeshift backstage area which is actually their gym, which is behind the stage that they built there and we just sort of had a cordoned off area up against the gym wall which is a mirrored area.
And he's like, you know, actors really need to -- they need to rehearse. Any sort of attempt to talk about it or apologize or anything? When you go entertain the troops, you put on a show and then afterwards, the troops can come and you sign autographs, you have little autograph sheets, right. And you know, I wasn't -- I wasn't waiting for an apology from him, but I gladly accept it and thank you, Senator Franken. So, if he didn't get it then and say I'm sorry for, you know, anything that I did, you know, and it took this for the apology, so -- but whatever.
Well, they put out long tables and people, you sit next to each other and you sign autographs and troops can line up where they want and get an autograph. TAPPER: The only thing I'm going to say to you is don't read Twitter for the next week. TAPPER: Because you're going to find people who are against cancer patients on Twitter. It's -- you know, I'm glad that he -- that second apology, I think maybe he had some time to digest it and think about it and, you know, I believe him. And I think men and, you know, there are men victims that have come out and, you know, this whole Harvey Weinstein era in the last month that have come out, yes.
That's all." "I don't want to be cliche, but, you know, you talk about leaving the world a better place for your kids, you know -- sorry," Tweeden said tearing up. You want to leave, you know -- you try to set examples for your children, right? You try to -- you want to set examples and you want the world to be better for your kids. LEEANN TWEEDEN, NEWS ANCHOR: Actually, the first show was in Kuwait, we started in Kuwait.