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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / The Protests / A Discussion (Part III) #1104417

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 09, 2016
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper; New York: Jason Carroll) The anti-Trump protests in New York City & other cities discussed; scenes shown from the streets of the rally against President-elect Donald Trump's election win. [Protester "KELLY" - explains her concerns.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's David Gergen, John King, David Axelrod, Dana Bash & Gloria Borger, Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & Jeffrey Lord & Clinton supporters Paul Begala & Van Jones about the election & protests; inset video of protests shown. [JONES, BORGER, AXELROD, McENANY, KING, BASH, BEGALA, LORD, JONES - offer views on the protests, the Democratic Party vacuum, Trump, as an outsider vs. the staid two-party system, how Hillary Clinton was an institutional Democrat, the alienated millennial generation.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason
Duration:
00:12:20

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