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Campaign 2016 / After Iowa / Tyler Interview / A Discussion #1094800

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 03, 2016
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(Derry, New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) The claim from presidential candidate Donald Trump after the Iowa caucuses that Ted Cruz "stole" the vote by fraud by suggesting Ben Carson was leaving the race & Cruz's response Tweet quoted & how CNN got blamed. [In interview, Cruz communications director Rick TYLER - outlines what CNN said about Carson's decision to go to Florida, not New Hampshire; calls Trump a sore loser; defends the Cruz indication that Carson was dropping out.]

(Derry, New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mona Charen & Jeffrey Lord about the Trump-Cruz feud. [LORD - comments on the CNN reporting of the Dr. Carson story.] [CHAREN - says two outsiders, Carson & Trump, made rookie political mistakes.]

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