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Alabama / Senate Race / Moore & Trump / Discussion #1118676

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 08, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pensacola: Caitlyn Collins) President Trump's coming campaign speech in Pensacola, Florida, while Roy Moore runs for the Senate in nearby Alabama, what accuser Beverly Nelson said in a press conference about her high school yearbook with Moore's signature discussed; scenes shown from Pensacola. [Voice of White House principal deputy secretary Raj SHAH†- speaks about he allegations against Moore.,but Moore denies they are true, so Trump is endorsing Moore to prevent a Democratic puppet being elected.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Gloria Borger & "Alabama Political Reporter" editor Bill Britt about Moore. [GERGEN, BRITT, BORGER - offer views on how Trump's presence at the rally will help Moore, the risk for Trump in endorsing him, how popular the president is in Alabama, how Moore has always been a polarizing figure, how this election is about turnout, how the Republican Party is becoming the Trump party.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Collins, Caitlyn

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