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Biden & Women / Archila Interview / A Discussion #1136143

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 01, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news from former Vice President Joe Biden that allegations from women on inappropriate touching will not dissuade him from running for the presidency if he decides to do so, how that recalls the issues around Brett Kavanaugh before he was confirmed to the Supreme Court introduced; scenes shown from Sept. 28, 2018, of Ana Maria Archila in an elevator with Senator Jeff Flake talking about Kavanaugh. Live discussion held with Archila about Biden. [From Washington, ARCHILA - offers views on Biden, how white men in power do not recognize the realities of race & gender lines behavior so women are saying they will not take it anymore, that Biden should pause & think about how he has used his power.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jen Psaki, Kirsten Powers & Ana Navarro about Biden. [PSAKI, POWERS, NAVARRO - offer views on her encounters with Biden, the need to not categorize this as sexual assault, how this is not the same thing as sexual harassment, but Biden should apologize for being inappropriate, how it unfair to Biden to compare him to Kavanaugh, that he is "touchy-feely," what Biden has done to advance the causes of women, the reality that Biden has 40 years in public office.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:12:00

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