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Campaign 2016 / Trump & Republicans / Brokered Convention / A Discussion #1092913

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 11, 2015
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto; Washington: Tom Foreman) The prospects for a June brokered fight at the Republican Party convention discussed; graphics to illustrate what the contested convention could look like, the brokering process that could push Donald Trump out shown.

(Des Moines: Jake Tapper) The CNN interview in Iowa with Trump about a brokered convention. [TRUMP - says he signed a pledge, but hopes it will not be that way.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Lord, Ana Navarro & David Gergen about the Republicans; inset video shown of Trump giving a speech. [GERGEN, NAVARRO, LORD - offer views on the chances of a brokered convention in this election, the problem of factions inside the party, what happened in the 1912 election, the third party issue., how there have been no brokered conventions since 1960.]

Foreman, Tom;
Tapper, Jake;
Sciutto, Jim

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