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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Women / Anderson Interview (Part I) #1103635

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 14, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Jim Acosta) The reaction of Donald Trump to the women accusing him of sexual assault featured; scenes shown of Trump speaking in Charlotte. [TRUMP - speaks about the phony accusers coming out just before the election; mocks Leeds' story: she would not be my first choice.] [Former "Apprentice" contestant, Summer ZERVOS††- reads statement about what Trump did.] [For the "Washington Post," Kristin ANDERSON†- explains what happened to her: Trump touched her vagina.] [Last night, on AC360, Jessica LEEDS - says he kissed here everywhere.] [Running mate Mike PENCE - says he believes Trump; questions First Lady Michelle Obama's claim.] The issue of Trump producing evidence against the allegations with Trump quoted about Zervos & it is all a grand conspiracy discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live TV interview held with Anderson. [From Los Angeles, ANDERSON - recounts what happened at a club {China Club} where Trump put his hand up her skirt so she just moved: it was nonchalant; comments on her reaction to the Billy Bush bus incident & actress Arianne Zucker; explains why she decided to come forward: women don't say anything when men do things.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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