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Trump / Voter Fraud / Becker Interview / A Discussion #1106490

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017
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(Studio 51: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said on an ABC News interview with David Muir about investigating voter fraud introduced. [TRUMP - says the Pew researcher is groveling so we will launch an investigation about the votes that would be for the other side.] Live interview held with Center for Election Innovation & Research director David Becker, who wrote the Pew report in question. [From San Francisco, BECKER - explains what the 2012 Pew report found: no voter fraud, which is NOT people's names on multiple state voting registration rolls; responds to Trump saying he groveled.]

(Studio 51: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Pamela Brown) Who might carry out an investigation into voter fraud as alleged by Trump especially in the states of California & New York discussed.

(Studio 51: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany, Margaret Hoover, Jonathan Tasini about a voter fraud investigation. [POWERS, McENANY, TASINI, HOOVER - offer views on how hard fraudulent voting would be, whether illegal immigrants are voting, how this is complete fantasy, how Trump can't let go that he lost the total vote, the Republican right's view of voter fraud.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Brown, Pamela

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