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Senate / Health Care Bill / Heller / A Discussion #1112257

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 27, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington" Tom Foreman) The meeting between Republican senators & President Trump about the health care bill & the attack ad against Senator Dean Heller, who opposes the bill, examined; ad clip played; AmericaFirstPolicies tweet quoted. [HELLER - says this bill is not the answer.] [Senator Susan COLLINS - reacts to the Republican ad.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with America First Policies Katrina Pierson & CNN's Ana Navarro about the ad. [PIERSON, NAVARRO - offer views on the context for the ad against Heller, how this is "political cannibalism" against a senator who was supporting his constituents, how this is about getting rid of horrible Obamacare.]

Cooper, Anderson

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