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Campaign 2016 / New York #1097667

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 17, 2016
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) The poll figures for the Republicans & Democrats in the coming New York primary outlined on screen.

(Washington: Julianna Goldman) The campaigning by Bernie Sanders & Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump featured; campaign scenes shown. [SANDERS - talks about minimum wage.] [CLINTON - comments on changing standards; campaigns.] [Donald TRUMP - refers to "crooked Hillary"; states the system has to change.] [RNC chairman Reince PRIEBUS - responds about the party rules.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor, Anthony Salvanto) The keys for Trump in the New York & California races & for the Democrats in New York state discussed.

Glor, Jeff;
Goldman, Julianna;
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