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Dallas, Texas / Ambush of Police / Atlanta Protests / A Discussion #1100803

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 08, 2016
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(Studio: Don Lemon) The demonstrations in the streets of Atlanta after the Dallas ambush of police officers shown.

(Studio: Don Lemon) What presidential candidates Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump are saying about the shootings of & by police introduced. [In CNN interview, CLINTON - says we have to have guidelines for police.] [In video statement, Donald TRUMP - says we must stand in solidarity with law enforcement & we have to work to protect Americans' safety.]

(Studio: Don Lemon) Live discussion held with "New York Times" Charles Blow, Angela Rye & St. Louis police assn. Jeff Roorda about the shootings by & of police. [ROORDA, RYE, BLOW - offer views on what the cops are feeling in Atlanta, the tone of the protests as in Atlanta, what the Black Caucus is saying about the killing of black people like Alton Sterling & Philandro Castile, the dangers of politicizing the shooting in Dallas, how the rhetoric since Ferguson has led to these deadly confrontations, how government policies led to concentrated poverty, a statement from Black Lives Matter; young blacks as collateral damage.]

Lemon, Don

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