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Republican Presidential Debate Analysis #1087644

CNN Special for Thursday, Aug 06, 2015

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Live CNN analysis of the Republican presidential candidates' debate from Cleveland, Ohio, with Anderson Cooper (CNN), Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, Republican strategist Ana Navarro, CNN political commentator SE Cupp, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus, Bush's son Jeb Bush (Jr), Republican candidate Governor John Kasich, former presidential advisor David Gergen, Hillary Clinton campaign press secretary Brian Fallon, RNC Communications Director Sean Spicer, former Obama administration official Van Jones, Republican strategist Rich Galen, former Cruz Communications Director Amanda Carpenter, CNN political analyst Carl Bernstein, GOP voters Marili Cancioll and Angela Vasquez, Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and unidentified others, taped excerpts of post-debate comments by Donald Trump, and taped excerpts from tonight's Republican debate.
Bash, Dana;
Borger, Gloria;
Henderson, Nia-Malika;
King, John;
Zeleny, Jeff;
Kaye, Randi;
Foreman, Tom;
Johns, Joe

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