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Midterm Elections / Trump / Dishonesty / A Discussion #1131480

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 23, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Some of the falsehoods from the president introduced. [President TRUMP - says they want to give them cars & drivers' licenses: will it be a Rolls-Royce; promises to sign into law about the opioid crisis with little Democratic support.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Chalian, former Trump official Marc Short & Amanda Carpenter about Trump & the midterm elections. [CHALIAN - offer views on the election environment with the Republicans now getting in the game.] [SHORT - offers views on the growing Republican voter enthusiasm with Trump keeping up the momentum in battleground states.] [CARPENTER - offers views on what is giving Republicans confidence because there is no Democratic alternative, how the Democrats have gone forward with an immigration policy.]

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