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Campaign 2016 / Trump & Republicans / A Discussion #1096079

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 04, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The day's events for presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is skipping a conservative political conference, introduced. [TRUMP - talks about "little Marco."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New Orleans: Sara Murray) Trump's campaign schedule discussed {audio problems}; scenes shown from a rally in New Orleans.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; National Harbor, Maryland: Manu Raju) Why Ben Carson is suspending his political campaign discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: John King) What the the opposition would need to do to stop Trump discussed; graphics of different scenarios, including the Mitt Romney scenario for dealings at the convention, outlined on screen.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) [For CNN, ROMNEY - says he wanted to stop Trump.] Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Donna Brazile, Ana Navarro, Jeffrey Lord & King & Romney campaign strategist Stuart Stevens about the Republicans. [BORGER - talks about her Romney interview about "rumbling" up the race.] [KING, STEVENS, LORD, NAVARRO, BRAZILE - offer views on Trump's changing position on the military, the Trump pattern of misbehavior: he is dangerous, his flexibility to make deals, a path for Marco Rubio or someone other than Trump. the importance of Florida for Rubio, the appeal of Trump to voters, the need to take Trump on now.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Murray, Sara;
Raju, Manu;
King, John
Duration:
00:15:20

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