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Campaign 2016 / South Carolina / A Discussion #1095637

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 19, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The imminent primary in South Carolina introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; North Charleston: Sara Murray) The campaigning by Donald Trump before the primary, his boycott of Apple products discussed; scenes shown of him campaigning. [TRUMP - says boycott Apple.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Charleston: Sunlen Serfaty) The campaigning by Ted Cruz in South Carolina discussed; inset scenes shown of the campaigning.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Charleston: Phil Mattingly) The campaigning by Marco Rubio in the state & the best/worst case scenarios for him discussed; inset campaign scenes of Rubio with Governor Nikki Haley shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The campaign for Jeb Bush introduced. [Mother Barbara BUSH - campaigns for her son.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Columbia: Athena Jones) The Bush message, his criticism of Trump, his hopes for a third place "win" discussed; inset campaign scenes shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with South Carolina Republicans Katon Dawson & Hogan Gidley & CNN's John King about the race in South Carolina. [DAWSON, KING, GIDLEY - offer views on the vote in the state, what a win would do for Trump, this amazing election cycle.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Murray, Sara;
Serfaty, Sunlen;
Mattingly, Phil;
Jones, Athena

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