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Campaign 2020 / Biden & Women / A Discussion #1136239

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 05, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The jokes from former Vice President Joe Biden about his issues with touching women featured; scenes shown from a speech to organized labor. [BIDEN - jokes about women.] [Later, BIDEN - says he will not invade space & not touch someone without their consent.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Power, Gloria Borger & David Axelrod about Biden & women. [AXELROD, BORGER, POWERS - offer views on the video he put out, which should have been the last word, that he should not have done {the jokes} today, how today he did not seem to get it: making a joke with a little boy so he seems to be missing out on cultural changes, that his strength is his "authenticity," but he has been around a while, that he made mistakes because he is a tactile politician, whether Biden is capable of running against President Trump, but he is prone to making gaffes.]

Cooper, Anderson

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