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Trump / Sexual Misconduct / Accusers / Alabama Election / A Discussion #1118624

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 11, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The charges from multiple women about sexual misconduct by President Trump in tears past introduced; photos shown of accusers against Trump. [Accuser Samantha HOLVEY - speaks out.] [Senator Kirsten GILLIBRAND†- says Trump should resign.] [On "Face the Nation," US Ambassador to U.N. Nikki HALEY - says the women should be heard.] [In response to questions from three female reporters, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says the president has denied the allegations & The American people voted for him.] The eyewitnesses defending Trump including Anthony Gilbertthorpe† & former beauty queen Katie Blair†† & witnesses supporting Kristin Anderson†, Natasha Stoynoff† & Rachel Crooks† explained.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Republicans Stuart Stevens, Amanda Carpenter & Jack Kingston about the president & his accusers; inset video from the Senate campaign in Alabama shown. [CARPENTER, KINGSTON, STEVENS - offer views on the administration's criticism of his accusers before & after the election, how this is partisan warfare, how the women's views have been held & politics is bringing them back out, how the Republicans cannot investigate Trump & Roy Moore, Gillibrand's political actions, the spin view that Trump won despite the allegations, the conservatives' persecution complex, the spotlight on the Alabama election, when the Republican Party was the party of personal responsibility.]

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