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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Women / Melania Interview (Part III) / A Discussion #1103718

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 17, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview continued with Melania Trump, wife of presidential candidate Donald Trump. [At Trump Towers, M. TRUMP - says "everything was organized" by the media/Hillary Clinton to hurt her husband; outlines how she would teach the children about social media were she in the White House, why she is not on social media anymore.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Clinton supporters Korine Jean-Pierre, Paul Begala & "New York Times" Maggie Haberman, Trump supporters Alice Stewart & Corey Lewandowski about the Melania interview & the presidential election campaign. [HABERMAN, STEWART, LEWANDOWSKI, BEGALA, JEAN-PIERRE - offer views on how private is Melania, how effective was the interview, how she is a strong, articulate woman, the issue of "boy talk" & "sexual assault", what she said about cyberbullying, how Melania can stand on her own, the battleground states races, Trump's emphasis on a vast conspiracy.]

Cooper, Anderson

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