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Campaign 2016 / Trump / 1991 Tape / Blair Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1098683

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 13, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Republican worries about Donald Trump introduced. [On NBC, TRUMP - denies he is "John Miller" on the '91 audiotape: it is a scam.]

(Studio: Drew Griffin) The "Washington Post" story Trump posed as his own publicist examined; 1991 audio played between Miller & Sue Carswell about Trump & Marla Maples. ["New York Daily News" reporter Linda STACEY‡, editor Don KAPLAN†- say he would do his own media publicity.] [Audio tape forensic expert Tom OWENS - says the voice is Trump.] The lack of response from the Trump campaign about "John Miller" discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Trump biographer Gwenda Blair about Trump's denial he used a pseudonym. [BLAIR - says that's what Donald & his father do; speculates about why Trump is denying now what happened 25 years ago--the fake spokesman.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Tara Setmayer, Maggie Haberman & Sanders supporter Jonathan Tasini about Trump pretending to be his own publicist. [LORD, HABERMAN, TASINI, SETMAYER - offer views on this Trump issue, the problems with him lying about it, how the Democrats will use this "ornament, the Clintons' references/misrepresentations, the character issue.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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