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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Poll / Trump's Campaign / A Discussion (Part I) #1101530

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 03, 2016
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(Libertarian town hall site: Anderson Cooper) The lead for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in the latest Fox news poll cited; details given about Trump's explanations of his past criticism of people. [August 7, TRUMP - criticizes Fox's Megyn Kelly.] [Today, TRUMP - criticizes Clinton campaign ads about Kelly; talks about the groveling, handicapped reporter.]

(Libertarian town hall site: Anderson Cooper; Jacksonville: Jim Acosta) What Trump is saying about Gold Star families after his criticism of the Khan family, how he got the Purple Heart from a veteran, the campaign's defense of itself, his attack on Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, how he gets off message as with talking about Kelly discussed.

(Libertarian town hall site: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash) The campaign efforts to get Trump back on track, the campaign's internal frustration on trying to keep him on message discussed.

(Libertarian town hall site: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Chalian, Trump supporter Andre Bauer, Trump opponent Tara Setmayer, Errol Louis & Libertarian supporter Liz Mair about the race. [CHALIAN, BAUER, SETMAYER, LOUIS, MAIR - offer views on Clinton's lead in the polls, Trump's missed opportunities in the last few days with the focus lost, Trump's lack of a message, the appeal of Libertarian Gary Johnson.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
Bash, Dana

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