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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 23, 2016
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(Washington: Suzanne Malveaux) Live conversation held with Senator Amy Klobuchar† about how Democrats will handle the mood of the country during the Democratic National Convention in the wake of Republican candidate Donald Trump’s speech conveying a bleak view of America. [Thursday, TRUMP – says the system is rigged against Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders.] [Thursday, daughter Ivanka TRUMP – comments on how women are treated at her father’s company.] [From Minneapolis, KLOBUCHAR – explains how the Democrats’ views differ from Trump’s; comments on vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine’s speech today, whether leaked emails will affect the chances of Sanders’ supporters getting behind Hillary Clinton and finding common ground with Republicans on family/child need policies; previews her speech at the convention; talks about balance between police shootings and respect for law enforcement.]
Reporter(s):
Malveaux, Suzanne
Duration:
00:09:50

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