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Iraq / Mosul Battle / Trump / McCausland Interview #1104113

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 01, 2016
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Iraq: Arwa Damon) The battle in Iraq for Mosul, which is held by ISIS, featured; scenes shown from the field.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with retired Army Col. Jeffrey McCausland about what presidential candidate Donald Trump is saying about the military's handling of the war in Iraq. [in final debate, Donald TRUMP - says we lost Mosul when she {Clinton} took everyone out; asks why there is no element of surprise.] [In ABC interview, TRUMP - says win first, talk later.] [McCAUSLAND - talks about his experience versus that of Trump; explains why the element of surprise does not apply in the liberation of Mosul; because there are millions of civilians there.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Damon, Arwa

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