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San Francisco, California / Steinle Murder / Trump / A Discussion (Part I) #1086242

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 06, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Sara Sidner) The murder on the pier in San Francisco of Kathryn Steinle by an undocumented man, Francisco Sanchez, who had been deported five times, reviewed; details given about Sanchez's background, how San Francisco is a "sanctuary city" for immigrants. [San Francisco city & county Sheriff Ross MIRKARIMI@- talks about the local laws & transference to ICE; calls the crime a senseless tragedy.] [Father Jim STEINLE@- hopes for justice.] The frustration over the Sanchez case discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The decision by ESPN to remove a celebrity golf tournament from a Donald Trump golf course because of his remarks on immigration noted. Trump's latest statement on Mexican immigrants quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jeff Zeleny) What Trump is saying about crimes by immigrants & the response to Trump's calculated statements is discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Ana Navarro & Pinal County, Arizona, Sheriff Paul Babeu the San Francisco murder case & about Trump. [NAVARRO - says Republicans don't view him as a real presidential candidate; criticizes San Francisco's bleeding hearts liberalism.] [BABEU - says this is America's problem: the criminal element among illegals & the failures in our legal system over immigration; talks about building a wall on the Mexico border.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sidner, Sara;
Zeleny, Jeff

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