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Campaign 2016 / Clinton / E-Mail Report #1099173

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 26, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The I.G. report critical of Hillary Clinton's handling of her personal e-mail server as Secretary of State reviewed.

(Washington: Dana bash) Clinton's trust gap after the State Department's damning report featured. [CLINTON - says she would have done it differently.] [Donald TRUMP - refers to "crooked Hillary."] [CNN polling dir. Jennifer AGIESTA†- says Trump & Clinton run evenly.] [TRUMP, CLINTON - criticize each other.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper. John King) The coming Democratic race in California between Clinton & Bernie Sanders that is two weeks away & can she afford to lose the state discussed; demographics outlined on screen.

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