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Campaign 2016 / Super Tuesday / Trump Violence / A Discussion (Part I) #1096389

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 14, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's Super Tuesday battles in the 2016 campaign introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Vienna, Ohio: Jim Acosta) The current rallies for presidential candidate Donald Trump, who attacked John Kasich in Ohio, & the significance of tomorrow's races in Ohio & Florida discussed; inset video of Trump shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Peoria, Illinois: Sunlen Serfaty) The message in the final push by Ted Cruz before Super Tuesday discussed; inset video of Cruz shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; West Palm Beach: Sara Murray) The message in Florida from Marco Rubio discussed; inset video of Rubio shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Westerville, Ohio: Phil Mattingly) The do-or-die campaign for Kasich in Ohio, his "endorsement" by Mitt Romney discussed; inset video of Kasich shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, John King, ""New York Times" columnist Ross Douthat, Tara Setmayer, Kayleigh McEnany & Peter Beinart about the Republican race. [BORGER, KING, DOUTHAT, SETMAYER, BEINART, McENANY - offer views on the GOP races in Florida & Ohio & what it means for the four candidates, Trump's statements about violence at his rallies & "outsiders," whether he has changed his rhetoric.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
Serfaty, Sunlen;
Murray, Sara;
Mattingly, Phil

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