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Campaign 2016 / Sanders Picture / Weaver Interview #1095153

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 12, 2016
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The picture used by Bernie Sanders in his presidential election campaign showing him in a sit-in in the 1960s examined; photo shown; details given about his political ties to black activists. [Representative John LEWIS - says he never met Sanders.] [SANDERS - explains he asked the University of Chicago to stop segregated housing.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live interview held with Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver about the 1962 photo & other issues. [WEAVER - talks about it being Sanders in the photos; comments on the debate last night & some personal shots taken by Hillary Clinton at the end; defends Sanders on foreign policy as a senator.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) CNN's replaying of last night's Democratic debate noted.

Reporter(s):
Sciutto, Jim;
Foreman, Tom
Duration:
00:07:20

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