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Sexual Misconduct / Louis C.K. / A Discussion #1117759

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 09, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Tom Foreman) A "New York Times" report on allegations of sexual misconduct by comedian Louis C.K. examined; clips from his film "I Love You, Daddy" & his standup comedy shown; details given about the women's claims about what he did in their presence.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" culture reporters Melena Ryzik† & Cara Buckley† about the Louis C.K. story. [RYZIK - explain what female comedians Dana Goodman & Julia Wolov†† said about what Louis C.K. did: masturbating, his apologies to women years later, the women's concerns about a reaction if they came forward, how he talks about it openly in his comedy act.]

Cooper, Anderson

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