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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Polls #1101594

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 04, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman) The standings of presidential candidates Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump in the latest polls noted. Report introduced.

(Portland, Maine: Jason Carroll) Trump's campaigning in Maine against Clinton on the money to Iran issue after a series of campaign missteps, Republican frustrations with Trump & polls figures on Clinton's lead in the three key states of Pennsylvania, New Hampshire & Michigan examined. [TRUMP - says a tape was made of the money coming off the plane because Iran wants to embarrass the country.] [Voice of Speaker of the House Paul RYAN - comments on endorsements.] The issue of when Trump will start getting security briefings as noted by President Obama discussed.

(Studio: John Berman, John King) The poll numbers in battleground states of Pennsylvania, Michigan, New Hampshire, Florida & the reasons for Clinton's lead in the states discussed; statistics cited.

Berman, John;
Carroll, Jason;
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