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McCain Death / A Discussion #1129249

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 27, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) "Washington Post" video of the encounter at the Arizona funeral home between Vietnam veteran David Carrasco† & Cindy McCain, widow of the Senator John McCain, in which he gave her a medallion he received years ago shown.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Republican political consultant Stuart Stevens, David Gergen & Dana Bash about McCain. [Son of Senator Edward Kennedy, Pat KENNEDY - says his father loved McCain.] [GERGEN, BASH, STEVENS - offer views on the heartwarming nature of the outpouring of grief from people who respect those of character, the pressure from veterans groups on President Trump about the White House flag: it is a distraction, the challenge of running against "the comeback guy" McCain, the Arizona governor choosing a replacement for McCain in a polarized country, the shift away from the McCain Republican Party, which is completely embracing Trump.]

Berman, John

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