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Campaign 2016 / Trump / Press Conference / A Discussion #1086443

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 10, 2015
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[In Los Angeles press conference, Donald TRUMP - talks about the family of the victim murdered by an illegal immigrant/alien & the issue of political correctness; blames the leaders of Mexico for sending criminals to the US; downplays the protests outside; introduces a man whose son was shot by an illegal.] Inset video of anti-Trump protests in Los Angeles shown. [Murder victim's father Don ROSENBERG@- recounts the murder by vehicle of his son by an undocumented, unlicensed immigrant.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Michael Smerconish@, "American Spectator" reporter Jeffrey Lord & reporter John Carlos Frey about Trump & the immigration issue. [SMERCONISH@, LORD, FREY - offer views on Trump, these murder cases, immigrants & the politics involved, the Jamil Shaw case, the validity of linking undocumented immigrants to criminals, whether Trump is political grandstanding, the '16 vote.]

Cooper, Anderson

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