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Clinton / Amanpour Interview / The Election / A Discussion (Part II) #1110193

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 02, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The interview by CNN's Christiane Amanpour with Hillary Clinton re-introduced. [CLINTON - responds to question on why she lost the vote of white women.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's former Clinton campaign press secretary Brian Fallon, former Trump adviser Jason Miller & David Chalian about the Clinton interview. [FALLON - offer views on how our polling was off in battleground states & the white working class vote, how the letter from FBI director James Comey was key in the last week.] [MILLER - offer views on what losing candidates do, Clinton's lack of self-awareness & how Donald Trump was the perfect candidate against the ultimate insider.] [CHALIAN - offer views on what Clinton does from now on with the Democratic Party.]

Cooper, Anderson

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