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Trump / Voter Fraud / New Hampshire / A Discussion (Part III) #1107027

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issue raised by President Trump's administration that voters were bused from Massachusetts to New Hampshire during the presidential election campaign introduced. [On ABC, presidential adviser Stephen MILLER†- says voter fraud is a serious problem: everyone is aware of the problem in New Hampshire.]

(Durham & New Castle, New Hampshire: Jessica Schneider) The reaction in New Hampshire to the claims of voter fraud examined; details given about the background to the conspiracy theory going back to 1990. [New Hampshire voters Al HOTALING†, Amy GREENLAW†, Durham town manager Todd SELIG†, former GOP chairman Fergus CULLEN - offer critical views on the fraud issue: there is no proof.] The lack of any evidence of voter fraud in New Hampshire discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New Yorker"'s Ryan Lizza, "New York Times" Alex Burns & Maggie Haberman, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Democrat Paul Begala, Republican Margaret Hoover & conservative Matt Lewis about Trump & voter fraud. [LORD, BURNS, HABERMAN, LEWIS, HOOVER, BEGALA, LIZZA - offer views on the extent of voter fraud & whether it will be investigated, the context: Trump's view of massive fraud, the importance for staffers getting TV time & backing Trump's views.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Schneider, Jessica

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