CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 30, 2018
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(Pittsburgh: Anderson Cooper) The funeral for Dr. Jerry Rabinowitz, who worked with AIDS patients in the 1980s, noted.
(Pittsburgh: Anderson Cooper, Kaitlan Collins) The visit to Pittsburgh by President Trump, where he went into the Tree of Life, at the makeshift memorial for the victims, his stop at the hospital where the shooting wounded were treated. the declining by many elected officials to travel with the president discussed.
(Pittsburgh: Anderson Cooper) The medical status of the wounded police officers reviewed. [UPMC dept. of emergency medicine chief Dr. Donald YEALY- talks about those remaining in the hospital for treatment, the president's visit.] [City councilwoman Erika STRASSBURGER- talks about the community togetherness, her pledge to eradicate hate, the president's visit & her constituents' response to it, the multi-faith help.]
(Pittsburgh: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, David Gergen & Carl Bernstein about how this event is unfolding on the national stage. [GERGEN, BORGER, BERNSTEIN - offer views on the presidential visit: the right thing but the wrong day with Trump not acting at the mourner in chief, how this trip was made for his campaigning schedule, the loneliness of the visit without a sense of community, how Trump spews division, hate & disunity, but he resumed his divisive rallies, how former President Bill Clinton went to Oklahoma City after the bombing, how the White House wants to focus on the election: he is back at it with business as usual, but no Republican leaders wanted to come with him on Air Force One.]
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