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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Second Amendment / A Discussion (Part I) #1101774

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 09, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(Fayetteville, North Carolina: Sara Murray) The new controversy over what Donald Trump said that can be considered a threat against Hillary Clinton examined. [TRUMP - says Hillary wants to abolish the Second Amendment....; refers to Clinton short circuiting.] A statement from the Clinton campaign suggesting Trump meant violence & the Trump camp statement about Second Amendment people & Trump's statement about his temperament quoted. [Republican Senator Susan COLLINS†- says Trump is dangerous.] [TRUMP - comments on the 50 Republicans.] What Trump has said about the Second Amendment issue discussed. [CLINTON - says this is a tremendous {Second Amendment} movement.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Clinton supporter Christine Quinn, former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, "New York Times" Alex Burns, Trump critic Margaret Hoover, Clinton supporter Richard Socarides & Trump surrogate John LaValle about Trump & the new controversy. [LEWANDOWSKI, QUINN, BURNS, HOOVER, LaVALLE, SOCARIDES - offer views on what Trump said about Second Amendment people, his reckless comments. what Clinton said 8 years ago, the Trump pattern of not staying on message, how Trump was inciting violence, the economic issues, how Republicans are fighting with each other.]

Berman, John;
Murray, Sara

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