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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Women / Melania Interview (Part I) #1103714

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 17, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Green Bay, Wisconsin: Jim Acosta) New allegations from Donald Trump's campaign that the election is rigged to throw the election to Hillary Clinton while denying any sexual assault of women discussed; scenes shown from the rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where the crowd is upset with the establishment, including Speaker of the House Paul Ryan.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview held with wife Melania Trump about the video. [At Trump Towers, M. TRUMP - says the press is very dishonest, so we need to defend ourselves all the time because they write lies; reacts to the "Access Hollywood" tape & how he was egged on by host Billy Bush with "boy talk"; indicates the media wants to hurt Donald's campaign, the newspapers do not release the fair stuff; states her husband apologized for what he said many years ago, that we knew tapes would come out, that she believes her husband about "these women", how the "People" magazine writer claimed they met on the street.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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