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Campaign 2016 / Clinton vs Trump #1110262

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Aug 14, 2016
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(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Donald Trump’s series of Tweets criticizing the media following the release of a "New York Times" article about Trump’s campaign introduced. [TRUMP – rails against the "Times.”] [Trump campaign chairman Paul MANAFORT†- refutes the “Times” article.] [Vice presidential candidate Mike PENCE – supports Trump’s claim that the policies of President Obama and Hillary Clinton created a vacuum in which ISIS was able to arise.] Live discussion held with CNN political commentator Scottie Nell Hughes† and former Washington Democratic Party chairman A. Scott Bolden† about the presidential race. [HUGHES, BOLDEN - offer views on disagreements within Trump’s campaign, his battle against the media and Clinton’s FBI interview notes; respond to Trump’s earlier remarks on the US presence in Iraq.]
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Harlow, Poppy
Duration:
00:09:40

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