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Alabama / Senate Race / Jones Win, Moore Loss / Bannon / A Discussion #1118808

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Alabama secretary of state John Merrill said about Roy Moore contesting the outcome of the Senate election won by Doug Jones introduced. [On "New Day," MERRILL - says the election was close.] [Representative Peter KING - criticizes Steve Bannon.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Stuart Stevens, "The Federalist" writer Mary Katharine Ham & Jack Kingston about Bannon, who promoted Moore. [STEVENS, KINGSTON, HAM - offer views on political mistakes made by "consultant" Bannon, who picked the wrong candidate, the audience for "Bannonism," how the Senate race was won by African-American voters in Alabama, the significance of the white educated vote, Alabama politics, what President Trump does next, how Bannon is not appealing to people.]

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Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:30

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