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Campaign 2016 / Republicans, Democrats / A Discussion #1095076

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 10, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The victory lap by presidential candidate Donald Trump after the New Hampshire primary introduced. [In South Carolina, TRUMP - speaks to the people.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pendleton, South Carolina: Jim Acosta) What Trump has been doing & feeling after New Hampshire, his campaign time in South Carolina discussed. [TRUMP - criticizes wacky Bernie.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, John King) The numbers for the Republicans against Trump in South Carolina, Florida, the Democrats in Nevada discussed; voter breakdown statistics cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Republicans still in the race, the Republican spending in New Hampshire cited.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, John King, Nia-Malika Henderson, Kevin Madden, Mike Rogers & Donna Brazile about the campaign after New Hampshire. [BORGER, KING, HENDERSON, MADDEN, ROGERS - offer views on the Republicans, Marco Rubio's bad debate, the Trump campaign strategy against Ted Cruz et al, the volatile environment, Jeb Bush strategy, the "games" in South Carolina, the Cruz ads against Trump & his ground game; the turbulence in the Democratic Party now that Bernie Sanders has momentum.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
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