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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 16, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Protests in Oracle, Arizona, against arriving immigrants shown. [PROTESTER - reacts to learning the bus carried YMCA kids, not immigrants.] The claims by members of Congress about the child immigrants, including the view that President Obama is behind bringing in immigrants for political reasons, introduced. [Representative Louie GOHMERT†- defines "invasion."] [Voice of Representative Richard NUGENT - says these kids grew up in a culture of crime.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Dana Bash) The political rhetoric about immigration, the kind of immigration bill likely to be passed by Congress discussed. [In interview, NUGENT - says gang members come across the border as reported by Fox News.] [CNN's Ana NAVARRO - says we deported a lot of gang members; suggests we have to stop the partisan blaming.] [CNN's Dan RESTREPO - mentions "border fatigue," why Democrats are being hurt by the issue, too.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Bash, Dana

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