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Campaign 2016 /Republican Debate / Trump / A Discussion #1088021

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 07, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The high viewership for the Republican debate due to Donald Trump noted; scenes shown. [With Fox's Megyn Kelly's question, TRUMP - jokes about Rosie O'Donnell; says the problem is being politically correct.] [On MSNBC, TRUMP - questions where his words came from.] [On CNN, TRUMP - calls Rosie a pig.] Other Trump comments on women quoted; excerpt from Trump on "The Apprentice" shown. [in interview, Trump representative Michael COHEN@- comments on the moderators' handling of the debate last night; defends Trump as not a politico.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with National Tea Party/Trump supporter Katrina Pierson, former Cruz communications director Amanda Carpenter & CNN's Gloria Borger about Trump & women. [CARPENTER, PIERSON, BORGER - offer views on what Trump said & re-Tweeted & whether he can be presidential.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:14:30

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