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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / The Debate / A Discussion (Part II) #1103215

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 27, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN/ORC poll findings on who won last night's debate between Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump outlined on screen.

(New York: Jeff Zeleny) Clinton after the debate featured; scenes shown from the campaign trail & last night's debate. [CLINTON - says she does not quit; talks about Trump's taxes, how she prepared, how Trump stiffed people, working for him.] [Former President Bill CLINTON, running mate Tim KAINE - campaign.] The voting blocs of college educated women & young millennial voters discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with continued with CNN's Ric Lazio, Clinton supporter Jonathan Tasini, CNN's Van Jones & Gloria Borger, Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & Scottie Nell Hughes about he debate. [LAZIO, HUGHES, McENANY, JONES, TASINI, BORGER - offer views on how Clinton did last night, how Trump missed opportunities as in foreign policy, the e-mails, how Clinton did not motivate females, how Trump has problems with sections of women, how Clinton never mentioned Bernie Sanders, how Clinton is losing millennials.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Zeleny, Jeff

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