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Campaign 2016 / Trump Interview (Part III) / A Discussion #1095802

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 24, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN phone interview with Donald Trump continued. [TRUMP - talks about the issue of releasing his tax returns; selecting a politician rather than a business person as his vice president.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, David Chalian, Amanda Carpernter, Kevin Madden, Ana Navarro & Jeffrey Lord about Trump. [BORGER, MADDEN, NAVARRO, CARPENTER, LORD, CHALIAN - talk about the Trump's tax return issue, how Mitt Romney handled the tax issue, what Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz may do with the tax issue, whether the others will carry their home states.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's Republican debate announced.

Cooper, Anderson

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