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Alabama / Senate Race / Moore / A Discussion (Part II) #1118680

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 08, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The past positions on several issues taken by Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore introduced: on homosexuality & bestiality, 9/11, President Obama's birth; Muslims in Congress, Sharia law in the US, the US as evil for promoting bad things, America being great under slavery; inset video shown of President Trump speaking in Pensacola, Florida..

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's former Representative Jack Kingston, former Clinton press secretary Brian Fallon & Republican Tara Setmayer about Moore, & the race. [KINGSTON, FALLON, SETMAYER - offer views on the campaigning in Alabama by Moore & Doug Jones, the Democrats' view a Moore win could show President Trump taking over the Republican Party, Trump's support for Moore, a "lying lunatic": a sad day for the Republican Party.

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Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:00

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