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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Clinton E-Mails / A Discussion (Part II) #1102013

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 16, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: Joe Johns) Hillary Clinton's campaign & the issue of her e-mails examined; details given about FBI notes sent to Congress, Clinton's shifting of ad money to different states. [In Philadelphia, CLINTON - says Trump speaks about fear; speaks about voter registration.] [Donald TRUMP - says Clinton lacks the judgment to lead the nation.] The poll standings Clinton vs. Trump in Virginia outlined on screen. Live discussion held with "Washington Post" reporter Philip Bump, Clinton supporters Christine Quinn & Paul Begala, Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & John LaValle & Mary Katharine Ham about the Clinton campaign & Trump's taxes. [McENANY, BEGALA, QUINN, LaVALLE, BUMP, HAM - offer views on how the e-mail issue is hurting Clinton & helping Donald Trump, the issue of Trump's taxes, the questions about the Clinton Foundation.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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