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Campaign 2016 / DNC E-Mails / Wasserman Schultz #1107725

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 24, 2016
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(Philadelphia: Erin Burnett) The resignation of Democratic National Committee chairman Debbie Wasserman Schultz after WikiLeaks released emails indicating that DNC officials conspired in favor of Hillary Clinton over rival Bernie Sanders reported; DNC emails and Tweet from Republican candidate Donald Trump quoted.

(Philadelphia: Erin Burnett, Jeff Zeleny) Wasserman Schultz’s resistance to stepping down and the response of Clinton’s campaign to allegations of a rigged election discussed.

(Philadelphia: Erin Burnett, Dana Bash) The reaction of Sanders supporters to the scandal discussed; inset scenes shown of a pro-Sanders demonstration.

(Philadelphia: Erin Burnett) Live panel discussion held with Sanders campaign manager Jeff Weaver†, Clinton supporter Maria Cardona†, former presidential advisor David Gergen†, CNN political director David Chalian†, Clinton supporter Bakari Sellers†, and Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany† about the upheaval in the DNC. [3 times, WASSERMAN SCHULTZ – denies the DNC is supporting one candidate over the other.] [WEAVER, CARDONA, GERGEN, CHALIAN, SELLERS, McENANY - offer views.]

Reporter(s):
Burnett, Erin;
Jeff, Erin Burnett,;
Dana, Erin Burnett,
Duration:
00:13:30

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