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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Immigration / Race / CNN Trump Interview (Part I) #1102339

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 25, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The shifting positions held by Donald Trump on the immigration issue introduced. [TRUMP - says It is not a "softening."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper: Reno: Jeff Zeleny) Hillary Clinton's attack on Trump on race, how she is trying to connect Trump to "alt-right" groups discussed. [CLINTON - says Trump has built his campaign on prejudice & is taking hate groups mainstream.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Phil Mattingly) Trump's meetings to try to appeal to the African American voter & soften his image on the race, women & immigration issues discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump said about immigration at a Fox town hall meeting introduced. [In past interviews, TRUMP - says he will get illegals out with a deportation force for 11 million people, who can come back legally.] [Now on Fox, TRUMP - says there can be a softening & we will follow the laws.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The first part of the CNN exclusive interview with Trump presented. [In New Hampshire, TRUMP - offer views on the immigration issue: says we will build a wall paid for by Mexico, we will stop illegal immigration, all the "bad dudes" will be out, that it may not be a "softening", we will have a strong border & see what happens, stop all drug trafficking, no legalization, no amnesty.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Mattingly, Phil

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