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Campaign 2016 / Trump / Muslims, Republicans / A Discussion #1092810

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 09, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Don Lemon's interview with presidential candidate Donald Trump about his comments on a Muslim ban & his chances if he ran against Hillary Clinton introduced. [TRUMP - talks about leading the polls, the Republican Party, knowing how to win; denies being a racist or a bigot.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Washington Post" columnist Kathleen Parker, CNN's Kevin Madden & Trump supporter Representative Al Baldasaro@ about Trump. [PARKER - says Trump is "dangerous" & his views on Muslims {marginalizing} is a threat to the US.] [BALDASARO - says Trump is bringing up important issues; compares a Muslim ban to FDR interning Japanese in the best interest of the country.] [MADDEN - comments on Trump's lack of substantive ideas for the party; bickers with Baldasaro over Trump as a conservative.]

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