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Campaign 2016 / Democrats / Sanders & Clinton / A Discussion (Part III) #1096185

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 07, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The clarification by Democrat Bernie Sanders of his remarks in last night's debate about race & "ghetto" presented. [In debate, SANDERS - talks about the ghetto & institutional racism.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Detroit: Jeff Zeleny) The Sanders response about his remarks using the term "ghetto," the auto bailout & gun manufacturer liability issues debated last night discussed; details given about the complicated position of Sanders on the bailout in the past, the NRA statement about gun liability. [Today, SANDERS - says ghetto refers to African-Amercan communities & to Amercans living in poverty.] [CLINTON, SANDERS - debate the auto industry.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Gloria Borger, Ryan Lizza, Ana Navarro, Kevin Madden, Donna Brazile, Jeffrey Lord, John King & Van Jones about the Democrats. [JONES, BRAZILE, BORGER, KING, LIZZA - offer views on what Sanders said about race & "ghetto," the issue of race & poverty for blacks & whites, the Detroit bailout in the debate, the black vote, the Black Lives Matter movement.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Zeleny, Jeff

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