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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / V.P. Debate / A Discussion (Part I) #1103410

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 04, 2016
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(Longwood University: Wolf Blitzer, Jake Tapper) The format for tonight's vice presidential debate between Mike Pence & Tim Kaine hosted by Elaine Quijano of CBS News discussed; details given about the early released GOP message that Pence won the debate!

(Longwood University: Wolf Blitzer, Dana Bash) Pence as the counter-balance to Donald Trump discussed

(Longwood University: Wolf Blitzer, Sara Murray) How Trump will watch the vice presidential debate & will live-Tweet during the event discussed,

(Longwood University: Wolf Blitzer, Brianna Keilar) How Hillary Clinton & President Obama will watch the debate discussed.

(Longwood University: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Michael Smerconish, Nia-Malika Henderson, David Axelrod, Gloria Borger, Paul Begala, Van Jones about the vice presidential debate. [SMERCONISH, HENDERSON, AXELROD, BORGER, BEGALA, JONES - offer views on how the debate is a referendum on both Clinton & Trump, the debate format, the arguments Kaine & Pence will have to make.]

Jake, Wolf Blitzer,;
Dana, Wolf Blitzer,;
Sara, Wolf Blitzer,;
Brianna, Wolf Blitzer,;
Cooper, Anderson

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