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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / A Discussion (Part I) #1104196

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 04, 2016
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The duelling rallies in battleground states by presidential candidates Donald Trump & Hillary Clinton introduced.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper; Hershey, Pennsylvania: Sara Murray) The Trump campaign that could lead to a Tuesday victory discussed; scenes shown of the Trump rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper: Cleveland: Brianna Keilar) The Clinton campaign in Pennsylvania, Michigan & Ohio & concerns about the African-American vote & what former President Bill Clinton said about Melania's cyberbullying speech featured; scenes shown from the rally in Cleveland. [B. CLINTON - comments on Melania's speech.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: John King) The electoral map projections & scenarios examined; statistics cited.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Clinton author Carl Bernstein, David Axelrod, Dana Bash, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany & Clinton supporter Angela Rye about the race. [BASH, AXELROD, BERNSTEIN, MeENANY, RYE - offer views on the tightening polls in key states, what Sununu said, Trump, the disciplined candidate, the impact of the letter from FBI director James Comey & of the media, the "Brexit effect", the changing election cycle, how it has become a traditional race.] Other material: [Former Governor John SUNUNU - jokes about the Clintons' sex.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Murray, Sara;
King, John
Duration:
00:15:20

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