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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / V.P. Debate / A Discussion (Part II) #1103414

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 04, 2016
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(Longwood University: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Longwood University: John King) What vice presidential candidates Mike Pence & Tim Kaine will bring to the campaign in the debate tonight discussed; vote statistics on their target audiences outlined on screen.

(Longwood University: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporters Jeffrey Lord & Kayleigh McEnany, Paul Begala, Van Jones, Gloria Borger, David Axelrod, Nia-Malika henderson, Michael Smerconish about the background to tonight's debate; inset scenes shown from the debate hall floor. [LORD, BEGALA, JONES, McENANY, BORGER, AXELROD, HENDERSON, SMERCONISH - offer views on the lessons from the Carter-Reagan debate, the politics of Trump's world with mudslinging, Pence's record, the social views of Kaine & Pence, the white college graduates & the older voter, the issues of change & risks from Trump.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
King, John;
Cooper, Anderson

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