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Trump / Warren's Heritage / A Discussion #1131116

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 15, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at President Trump & the heritage of Elizabeth Warren & how it is gaslighting introduced; details given about Warren's DNA findings. [July 24, TRUMP - speaks about the fake news.] [Today, TRUMP - says "who cares"; denies promising to pay a million dollars to charity.] [Eleven times, TRUMP - refers to Warren as Pocahontas.] [July 5, TRUMP - says he will give a million dollars if Warren takes the test.] [Today, TRUMP - says he will pay if he tests Warren personally.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers & Trump supporter Michael Caputo about Trump & Warren. [CAPUTO - offers views on Trump, Warren & the DNA test, politics & Warren bringing this up at election time.] [POWERS - offers views on Trump's use of the Pocahontas line, the criticism Warren has gotten from Native peoples & how Trump is just making a racist attack.]

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