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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs Trump #1109671

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 08, 2016
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(Studio: Charlie Rose) Poll findings on the presidential race between Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump cited.

(Detroit: Major Garrett) Trump’s attempt to get his troubled campaign back on track after a week of controversies and declining poll numbers featured; details given about his economic proposal, including his modified tax plan; scenes shown of protestors interrupting his speech in Detroit. [TRUMP – criticizes Clinton; speaks about the economy.] The letter signed by prominent Republicans opposing Trump mentioned.

(Studio: Charlie Rose) Report introduced.

(Kissimmee, Florida: Nancy Cordes) Clinton’s campaign updated; scenes shown from St. Petersburg, Florida; poll findings cited. [CLINTON – criticizes Trump’s economic plan and his economic team.] [TRUMP – attacks Clinton.]

Rose, Charlie;
Garrett, Major;
Cordes, Nancy

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