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Campaign 2016 / Trump vs. Clinton / A Discussion #1093519

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 28, 2015
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The battle between presidential candidates Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton over sexism introduced. [Voice of TRUMP - criticizes the sexism of President Bill Clinton.] Trump Tweet about "woman abuse" by Bill & the response from Hillary quoted.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's Maggie Haberman & Ryan Lizza about Trump & Clinton. [In 2008, TRUMP - says Bill got into trouble for something unimportant & got impeached for it.] [LIZZA - assesses Trump's liberal argument in 2008; states all the issues of the '90s will be re-litigated in a race against Hillary; indicates Trump did not go after Hillary in tonight's speech.] [HABERMAN - reviews Trump's recent comments on Clinton.] [Today, Rand PAUL - comments on Bill Clinton's treatment of Monica Lewinsky.]

Sciutto, Jim

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