CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 15, 2017
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(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper; ball parK: Phil Mattingly) This charity game in support for the wounded, the hope to ratchet down the political rhetoric discussed; inset video from the game shown. [In interview, Representatives Brian FITZPAIRICK, Dwight EVANS- explain how we need to change things.]
(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Brian Todd) A third surgery today for Scalise, who is still in critical condition, the condition of lobbyist Matt Mika, who was shot multiple times, with staffer Zach Barth released from the hospital discussed.
(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper; studio: Sanjay Gupta) The medical condition of Scalise, who was shot by a rifle in the hip, discussed.
(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Senators Mitch McConnell & Charles Schumer about the shooting. [McCONNELL, SCHUMER - offer views on the shooting, the heated rhetoric in Congress & across the country, how they work together to pass legislation, the need for debate without animosity, the issue of Trump's tweets, a day to come together.]
(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger & Mark Preston about what happens next after the shooting. [BORGER, PRESTON - offer views on whether things will change in politics, how members of Congress are in & out of town.]
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