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Campaign 2016 / New York / Republicans / A Discussion (Part I) #1097709

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 18, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Buffalo: Jim Acosta) The fight between presidential candidate Donald Trump & the RNC with his view the vote is being taken away from the people before the New York primary, which Trump is expected to win easily, discussed; inset video of Trump speaking in Buffalo shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, John King) How the New York delegate system works, why he needs to win big because of Ted Cruz winning small states discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "The New Yorker" correspondent Ryan Lizza, Gloria Borger, Amanda Carpenter, Kevin Madden, Jeffrey Lord, John King & delegate expert Mike Shields about the Republican race in New York. [BORGER, LIZZA, CARPENTER, MADDEN, SHIELDS, LORD - talk about the significance of the New York primary for Trump, the delegate math, how the state favors Trump.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
John, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:13:00

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