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Campaign 2016 / Republican Debate / Muslims #1093099

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 16, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The exchange at the Republican debate last night between Donald Trump & Jeb Bush about a Muslim ban introduced. [BUSH - debate the Muslim immigration ban.]

(Ft. Lauderdale, Florida: Randi Kaye) The reaction of Muslim-Americans to the GOP debate examined; scenes shown of a group of Republican & independent Muslims in southern Florida. [Independent voters Shabbir MOTOPRWALA@, Nandee SHABAZZ@, Aisha SUBBANI@, Muhammad Nasimul GHANI@, Dr. Doured DAGHISTANI@- offer views on the election, the Republican presidential candidates & Muslim issues.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Fareed Zakaria) The presidential candidates, the Muslim community in America, Trump's impact, the "non-sensical" idea of a Muslim ban, the politics of playing with fears discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi;
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