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"The Messy Truth" / Latinos on Trump #1107908

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 08, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Arizona: Van Jones) A visit to the Arizona-Mexico border where immigrants cross into the US presented; scenes shown from the road with a Pinal County sheriff's deputy, a marijuana drug bust haul & from inside Sammy's Mexican Grill. [Latinos Arizona resident Zola ZERMENO†, Trump supporter Jorge RIVAS, Phoenix resident Jacqueline CASTELAZO-SCOTT†, Tucson resident Gabriella SAUCEDO MERCER†- offer views on President Trump, the response to Trump supporters, the immigrant criminal view, political correctness.] The complicated situation for law enforcement on the border, how the small towns are torn apart by Trump's policies/rhetoric discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Jones, Van

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