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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / The E-Mails / A Discussion (Part II) #1103602

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 11, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Hillary Clinton shown campaigning in Florida with former Vice President Al Gore.

(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) What is revealed in hacked e-mails of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta examined; details given about what the Trump campaign is saying about an e-mail from former Justice Department Brian Fallon about a lawsuit based on Hillary Clinton's e-mails, passages from Clinton's paid speeches to Wall Street about open trade. [Last February & April, CLINTON - speaks against Wall Street, for the trade unions & against trade deals.] What the White House is saying about the Justice Department & the investigation of Clinton e-mails discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Errol Lewis, Clinton supporters Christine Quinn & Paul Begala, Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & Joseph Borelli & "Wall Street Journal" reporter Monica Langley about the Clinton e-mails. [LEWIS, McENANY, BEGALA, BORELLI, QUINN, LANGLEY - offer views on whether the e-mail revelations can de damaging to Clinton, the context of the e-mails.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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