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Kelly Interview (Part I) #1104474

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 16, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The conflict between Fox journalist Megyn Kelly & President-elect Donald Trump on the campaign trail reviewed. [August 7, 2015, TRUMP - says there was blood coming out of her eyes....] The CNN interview held with Kelly about her book "Settle for More." [This afternoon, KELLY - comments on her debate question to Trump, her pre-debate conversations with Trump in which he threatened her, what he said to her at the debate, how his "blood comments" changed everything, how she needed security guards the whole year, the ongoing threats, how she did not want to be the story during the election.] Other material: [At debate, KELLY - asks Trump about his comments about women.]
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