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Midterm Elections / Trump / Florida Voters' Views / A Discussion #1131680

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 31, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The campaigning by President Trump for the midterm elections on the issue of immigration introduced.

(Ft. Myers, Florida: Randi Kaye) The view of the immigration issue held by Florida voters examined; scenes shown of people in line for a Trump rally. [Trump supporters Reba FISHER†, Paul BLUST†, Denise RASZKA†, Garland HARRIS†, Steve GRUD†, Claudette AZAR†- call the caravan an invasion; back sending the troops to the border, that it is not related to the election, that Trump can change the 14th Amendment by executive order, that it is not a stunt by Trump: he has floated the idea {about birthright citizenship} that is supported by middle America.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Rick Santorum & Kirsten Powers about Trump, the elections & immigration. [POWERS - offers views on how these are issues Trump & his base believes, but sending troops is beyond rhetoric how this is not an "invasion".] [SANTORUM - offers views on how the president has an obligation to secure the border: it is a responsible action, the issue of birthright citizenship & the use of executive order by President Obama & now Trump.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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