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Trump / Arizona Visit / Phoenix Rally / Stanton Interview #1115067

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The background to President Trump's campaign rally in Arizona introduced; scenes shown of him getting off the plane with Vice President Mike Pence.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Phoenix: Alex Marquardt) What to expect from the Trump campaign event, the question about a presidential pardon for former sheriff Joe Arapaio, Trump's criticism of the two senators from Arizona, Senators John McCain & Jeff Flake, with Trump endorsing Flake's primary opponent discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper: Phoenix: Gary Tuchman) The protesters gathered out the Phoenix rally site featured; scenes shown of the hostile crowds with signs.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton about the Trump visit; scenes shown of the protests. [STANTON - offers views on his opposition to this campaign rally, a report Arapaio will not be pardoned tonight in this politicized environment, how Arapaio long terrorized Hispanics & has been convicted.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquardt, Alex

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