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Trump / Voter Fraud / Phillips Interview / A Discussion #1106563

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 27, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) What Vice President-elect Mike Pence said at the Republican retreat about investigating voter fraud & President Trump's Tweet quoted. [in CNN interview, Gregg PHILLIPS - says he will not release the evidence of three million fraudulent votes; states his list has three million non-citizens who voted: that fraud is institutionalized; asserts when we finish our analysis we will reveal.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Carl Bernstein, Kirsten Powers, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany, Democrat Hilary Rosen & conservative Matt Lewis about the Phillips interview on voter fraud. [POWERS, LEWIS, McENANY, ROSEN, BERNSTEIN - offer views on what Phillips is saying about voter fraud, whether there is evidence there, the question of why Trump is pursuing this: to destabilize faith in the democratic system, how this is worse than fake news: not a fact-based argument.]

Berman, John

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