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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The vote tomorrow in Indiana previewed; poll figures for the Republicans & Democrats outlined on screen.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; South Bend, Indiana: Jim Acosta) The campaigning in Indiana by Donald Trump, who has added more endorsements from sports coaches & his attacks on Ted Cruz & Carly Fiorina, discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The confrontation Cruz had with Trump supporters shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Indianapolis: Dana Bash) What Cruz is saying about the race in Indiana where he has been endorsed by Gov. Mike Pence & what the voters are saying discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Indianapolis: Jeff Zeleny) The tighter Democratic race in Indiana where Hillary Clinton is looking ahead to facing Trump discussed; poll statistics cited; details given about what Sanders is saying about super delegates & what Hillary Clinton told coal workers. [SANDERS, CLINTON - campaign.] [TRUMP - says Sanders says Clinton is not capable.] [SANDERS - responds.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Acosta, Jim;
- Bash, Dana;
- Zeleny, Jeff
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