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Midterm Elections / Pierson Interview #1131741

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 02, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at the campaign being run in the midterm elections by President Trump introduced. [On Thursday, TRUMP - says large caravans are marching towards our southern border: an "invasion;" these are tough people, not little angels.] The funeral today for Rose Mallinger, a victim of the synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh last Saturday, noted; local newspaper headline in Aramaic shown. Trump's defense of a political ad about a deranged immigrant cop killer & the actualities of the man's time in the US noted. [TRUMP - says they gave me a hard time about the ad.] [In 2014, voice of Sheriff Joe ARAPAIO - says he had been deported.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live bickering discussion held with Trump campaign adviser Katrina Pierson about the ad about the immigrant killer. [PIERSON - states the immigration policies allowed this individual back into the country & it is the fault of Democrats; bickers over the ad; how the Democrats would allow this guy in today.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:10

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