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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Debate / A Discussion (Part II) #1103738

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 18, 2016
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(Las Vegas: Anderson Cooper) The announcement that Donald Trump has invited President Obama's half-brother Malik to the final presidential debate reported.

(Las Vegas: Anderson Cooper; Colorado Springs: Jim Acosta) Today's message from Trump about what will happen if Hillary Clinton is elected & the background to Trump inviting the president's half-brother discussed. [TRUMP - says America could lose its independence in 2017 when there will be a one-party system.]

(Las Vegas: Anderson Cooper; Las Vegas: Jeff Zeleny) Clinton's preparation for this third debate in light of the WikiLeaks e-mails that raise issues about her trustworthiness, Obama's pushback against Trump's view of a rigged system, who Clinton is bringing to the debate, including Meg Whitman & a Nebraska man with dwarfism, discussed.

(Las Vegas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Democrats Van Jones, Maria Cardona & Gloria Borger, Trump supporters Jeffrey Lord & Scottie Nell Hughes & CNN political director David Chalian about the debate. [LORD, HUGHES, CHALIAN, BORGER, JONES - offer views on how aggressive Trump will be in the debate, the issue of Congressional term limits, Trump's need to solve the issue of temperament, Trump as a Republican reformer.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
Zeleny, Jeff

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