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Midterm Elections / Florida / Voter Fraud Charges / Deutch Interview #1131978

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 12, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at the Florida election & claims of fraud in the Senate vote with both sides going to court introduced. [Governor Rick SCOTT - says let's get this election finished.] Tweet from President Trump about the vote count while the Republican National Committee wanted money for the recount quoted. [Sunday, on Fox, SCOTT - says we had to go to count to get officials to comply with the law.] A look at what Trump has said in the past about elections introduced. [Oct. 20, 2014, TRUMP - says he pledges to accept the results if he wins the election.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper); White House: Jeff Zeleny) The lack of evidence from the White House or the RNC about fraud in the Florida elections, what Trump said about voter fraud in California & Massachusetts in 2016 & the current Arizona Senate race discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Tallahassee: Ryan Nobles) The lack of any evidence of voter fraud in Florida but what the Republicans are claiming via their lawsuits along with other lawsuits, including that from the Bill Nelson campaign against the state about problem ballots, & the deadline for vote recounts discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Florida Representative Ted Deutch about the Florida vote. [DEUTCH - offers views on the interference of our governor by raising the specter of fraud, why problems may/may not exist in Broward County, the governor's efforts to purge voter rolls, that fraud does not exist.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Nobles, Ryan

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