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Clinton Interview (Part I) #1115921

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Hillary Clinton's book "What Happened" about the presidential election campaign of 2016 & her loss to Donald Trump & what she has been doing since introduced; scenes from the campaign & photos of Hillary after her loss shown. [In December, CLINTON - jokes about taking selfies in the woods.] [In May, CLINTON - comments on her loss.] [At Wellesley College, CLINTON - jokes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview starts. [CLINTON - talks about why she wrote a candid book, the surreal/strange moment of inauguration day, her communications with former Presidents George Bush & Jimmy Carter about the event, how Trump did not "fill the role" in his speech, moments of that event, her handshake with Jason Chaffetz, her meeting the Congressman who called her the anti-Christ, the negative hyper-partisanship, the tearful reaction of people at her book signings, her method of relaxing breathing in yoga, the impact of FBI director James Comey & the e-mail investigation in stopping her momentum in the election, a hard look at the factors in the race with Russian interference, misogyny, the need to examine voting & gender, how she was liked as Secretary of State but not when running for herself as president.]

Cooper, Anderson

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