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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania / Synagogue Shooting / Rabbi, Mayor Interviews #1131634

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 29, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Remembering the victims of the synagogue massacre in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill on Saturday introduced; photos shown {with brief biographies} of Daniel Stein, Joyce Fienberg, Richard Gottfried, Bernice & Sylvan Simon, Jerry Rabinowitz, Melvin Wax, Irving Younger, brothers David & Cecil Rosenthal & Rose Mallinnger; details given about the Squirrel Hill neighborhood, pipe bomb target Holocaust survivor George Soros. [Representative Paul GOSAR†- says Soros turned in his own people to the Nazis.] Tweet From Representative Paul Gates about funding the migrant caravan quoted. [Oct. 18, President TRUMP - says "they" wanted that caravan; criticizes the globalists, that Democrats want to sign up migrants for the right to vote.] The synagogue shooter's criticism of Trump for being a "globalist" & his obsession with Soros noted. The president's call for unity while again attacking the press & the invading caravan noted with tweet quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Tree of Life Rabbi Jeffrey Myers & Mayor Bill Peduto about funerals & the shooting. [MYERS - says it is a day to celebrate the lives of those two brothers who died, hearing on Saturday live gunfire though never hearing the shooter, his faith, Rose's story.] [PEDUTO - talks bout the coming funerals, the wounded, supporting the Jewish community, to help eradicate hate, that "words matter," on the timing of the president's visit.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:20:50

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