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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Women / A Discussion #1103594

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 13, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Clinton supporter Christine Quinn, Republican Ana Navarro, "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman & Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany, Corey Lewandowski & Andre Bauer about Trump, women & the Jessica Leeds interview. [McENAny, LEWANDOWSKI, HABERMAN, QUINN, NAVARRO, BAUER - offer views what the women are saying, the media culture, how this should be litigated in the courts, how this is political, how the "New York Times" looked at the Leeds story, how survivors fear they will not be heard, how this story has a touched a nerve among women, the issue of opposition research on one's own candidate, how Trump supporters believe him.]
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