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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Clinton Stamina / A Discussion #1102017

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

(New York: Jessica SChneider) The conspiracy theory about the health of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton introduced; scenes shown; details given about her past concussion episode. [Donald TRUMP - says Clinton lacks the physical stamina & moral character to lead the nation.] [Fox's Sean HANNiTY - raises questions about Clinton being "off."] [In 2014, Fox news analyst Karl ROVE†- says she had a serious health episode.] [Last weak, in podcast, CLINTON - says "I have a lot of stamina & endurance."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A new statement from the Clinton campaign about her health & Trump's taxes quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany, CNN's Paul Begala & Brian Stelter about Clinton's health. [STELTER, McENANY, BEGALA - offer views on Hannity's conspiracy theory, past issues of presidential candidates' health, Hannity engaging in sleaze, the "mountain of lies" built about Clinton's health: misinformation from the "Drudge Report".]

Cooper, Anderson;
SChneider, Jessica

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