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Campaign 2016 / Trump, Romney & Republicans / A Discussion (Part I) #1096061

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 03, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The speech by Mitt Romney criticizing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump introduced. [ROMNEY - calls Trump a phony, a fraud.]

(Detroit: Dana Bash) The Romney takedown of Trump reviewed. [ROMNEY - says Trump is very very not smart; asserts Trump is not a business success; lists Trump business failures & his personal qualities.] [Four years ago, ROMNEY - praises Trump.] [TRUMP - responds: Mitt begged for an endorsement.; defends his business.] The implication that Romney would try to block Trump before or at the convention & tonight's Republican debate in Detroit discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King, Gloria Borger, Nia-Malika Henderson, David Chalian, Kayleigh MeEnany, Van Jones, Amanda Carpenter & former Romney campaign strategist Stuart Stevens about Trump & Romney. [TRUMP - criticizes Stevens.] [STEVENS, BORGER, KING, HENDERSON, CHALIAN - offer views on Romney's speech against Trump, how the voters will react, the states soon up to vote, how the party has moved beyond Romney, the question of can Trump be caught in the delegate count, how the candidates have not been challenging Trump earlier, the issue of what could happen at the convention.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Bash, Dana

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