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Washington, DC / Congressional Ball Game / Shooting Update / Barth, Williams, Sanford Interviews #1111708

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 15, 2017
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(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper) The Congressional baseball game the day after the shooting of Representative Steve Scalise & 4 others at a Virginia ball field re-introduced. Earlier interview held with Congressional aide Zach Barth, who was wounded & his boss Representative Williams about the shooting; inset video of the ball game shown. [BARTH - describes what happened in the shooting as he got hit.] [In baseball uniform, WILLIAMS - explains what happened in the shooting, Barth bleeding, why he is here for the game today.]

(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper) A letter from President Trump/Vice President Mike Pence criticizing the Democrats quoted. [Republican Representative Mark SANFORD - says the President is partially to blame for unleashing demons.]

(Washington ball park: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Sanford about Trump & the demons. [SANFORD - says the civility has broken down & the president is also to blame: the negative energy among voters mimicking the guy at the top; states we have to start at the neighborhood level to change the discourse in an open & free society.]

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