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Campaign 2016 / Trump & Protests / San Diego / A Discussion (Part I) #1099388

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 27, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; San Diego: Paul Vercammen) A continuing look at the tense scene at a large protest against Donald Trump in San Diego discussed; scenes shown of the pro- & anti-Trump crowds & police in riot gear.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Angela Rye, Errol Louis, Maggie Haberman, Kayleigh McEnany & Republican strategist Susan Del Percio about the protests with video of the San Diego rally shown. [McENANY, RYE, DEL PERCIO, HABERMAN, LOUIS - offer views on the violence at Trump events, the impact of Trump's rhetoric that makes simple assumptions about people, how both sides are hurt by this discourse, how these images get linked to Trump.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Vercammen, Paul

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