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Florida / School Shooting / Hoggs Interview #1121316

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 26, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Some views on the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, introduced. [To the governors' wives, First Lady Melania TRUMP - talks about the students speaking out for change.] A tweet from student Lauren Hogg to Melania about Donald Trump Jr.'s conspiracy theory that targeted her quoted. Live in-studio interview held with Stoneman Douglas students Lauren & David HOGG - talk about the first lady & cyberbullying, the impact of Don Jr.'s support for the conspiracy theory on the family, the president's changing position on rifle buying age, Dana Loesch & the NRA, the view of politics as spectacle, returning to school when the problems have not been fixed & politicians want us to forget.]
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