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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs. Trump / Michigan Voters #1106029

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 11, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tonight's CNN "The Messy Truth" in which Van Jones looks at the view from Detroit of the 2016 presidential election introduced.

(Detroit: Van Jones) The views of voters in Detroit as to why the Democrats failed in the 2016 presidential election campaign examined; scenes shown from the city with minister Rev. Charles Williams. [In his car, WILLIAMS - says the "connection" with Hillary Clinton did not happen: that "data don't vote" & their organization was not built on relationships; defends the Bernie Sanders campaign.] [In barbershop, Clinton voter Vonzie WHITLOW†, Leslie CURTIS, young state representative Lewell JONES†- offer views on Clinton, President Obama & their agendas. this election.] What happened in his visit to Detroit where people feel President-elect Donald Trump will get us engaged discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Jones, Van

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