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Campaign 2016 / New Hampshire / Polls / A Discussion #1094870

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 04, 2016
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(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) CNN interview with presidential candidate Donald Trump after the Iowa caucuses presented. [TRUMP - talks about Iowa, how Ted Cruz "roughed up" Ben Carson, the phrase "Trumpertantrum.] Studio: Tom Foreman) The new CNN polling on the Republicans & Democrats after Iowa reviewed & discussed; statistics cited.

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Nia-Malika Henderson, & David Gergen about the race. [BORGER, GERGEN, HENDERSON - talk about Trump's lead after Iowa; the rise of Marco Rubio, who has momentum; what Barbara Bush is saying about her son Jeb Bush; the battle between Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, where she needs to close the gap.]

Cooper, Anderson

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