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Clinton Interview (Part III) #1115925

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The background to the Donald Trump video recorded by "Access Hollywood" in 2005 & the presidential election campaign debate reviewed; tape except played; scenes shown from the second debate. [In debate, CLINTON - says the tape shows who Trump is: he insults & ranks women.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Hillary Clinton interview continues. [CLINTON - talks about Cooper's handling of the second debate, her reaction to the "Access Hollywood" troubling tape, the white women vote, the release of the John Podesta e-mails, her "calm & composed" reaction during the debate to Trump walking around the stage: how it {his presence} was distracting, the role of husband former President Bill Clinton & her family, the dark days of her marriage, how Chelsea would not have a White House office had she won, the need or diplomacy as with North Korea: we are not now engaging in statecraft, her view of the anachronistic electoral college, the "lock her up" issue during the campaign.]

Cooper, Anderson

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