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Alabama / Moore / Sex Charges / Nelson / A Discussion (Part I) #1117974

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 15, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The return from his Asia trip of President Trump, whose silence has been deafening on the story of sexual misconduct by Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, introduced; a statement from Ivanka Trump quoted; details given about why Trump is not speaking out about Moore. [October 2016, Jessica LEEDS$- recalls being groped on a plane in 1979 by presidential candidate Donald Trump.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Birmingham: Kyung Lah) The issue of Moore's handwriting in a high school yearbook of Beverly Young Nelson, what the attorney is saying about Moore being the divorce court judge examined; handwriting samples shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Nelson attorney Gloria Allred is saying introduced. [On CNN, by phone, ALLRED - speaks about conditions for Moore being allowed to see the yearbook; refuses to answer whether Nelson knew Moore was the divorce judge.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Trump conservative Ed Martin, Amanda Carpenter & criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the Moore-Nelson case. [GERAGOS, CARPENTER, GERGEN, MARTIN - offer views on handwriting analysis, the need to investigate Moore being the judge in her case, Allred's "unreasonable" call for a Senate hearing on Moore, how this is a nightmare for the Republican Party with Steve Bannon bearing responsibility to get Moore out of the race, how this feels like an orchestrated effort, an Alabama election option, the possibility of a Moore lawsuit against the accusing women.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung
Duration:
00:16:30

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