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(Studio: John Berman) Full Video & audio of Donald Trump talking about women in 2005 examined; scenes shown on him on the bus with Billy Bush then of "Access Hollywood" & then with Arainne Zucker as they walk to the studio. [Voice of TRUMP - says I tried to **** her; jokes about kissing them, her legs.] A statement from Trump about this conversation & a tweet from Hillary Clinton quoted. [In Ohio, running mate Mike :PENCE - does not answer questions.]
(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's M.J. Lee, Dana Bush, David Chalian & Gloria Borger about these Trump remarks & how the campaign will deal with it. [BASH, LEE, CHALIAN, BORGER - offer views on what Trump might do in crisis response, a sampling of the reaction to the story of this video & can get he get past this, hoe the Republican Party needs to react, why this is different from other crazy stuff from Trump, the context of violence against women in these words.] The responses from Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus & Jeb Bush & Mitt Romney quoted.
- Berman, John
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