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Iraq/Syria / ISIS Militants / McCain vs. Carney / A Discussion #1071448

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 11, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New CIA statistics on ISIS fighters cited. The exchange last night between CNN's Jay Carney & Senator John McCain after President Obama's address on ISIS reviewed. [McCAIN, former White House spokesman CARNEY - bicker over the free Syrian army, leaving US troops in Iraq.] The reaction to the McCain-Carney debate noted. [Today, White House spokesman Josh EARNEST - comments.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger & The Daily Beast's Peter Beinart about the McCain-Carney debate. [From Washington, BORGER - comments on their disagreement.] [In studio, BEINART - sums up the situation in Iraq about whether US troops could have been kept there; comments on the US relationship with the free Syrian army.]

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