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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The campaigning in Iowa between President Trump & presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden featured; scenes shown. [BIDEN - jokes about Trump.] Live discussion held with Senator Chris Coons about Biden. [COONS - offers views on how Biden is showing us how he would lead the country in contrast to Trump: To lay put what he has been for & how he would beat Trump in the election campaign, why he was at a family event in Delaware rather than campaigning in Iowa this weekend, how it is about setting ambitious goals for the people & mobilizing the nation life John F. Kennedy & the ambitious goal of going after cancer.] Other material: [BIDEN - speaks about promising to cure cancer.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Jen Psaki & former RNC chief of staff Mike Shields about Biden. [GERGEN - offers views on what Biden said about curing cancer, how there are raising concerns about Biden's candidacy with a long speech today when he needs to be fresh, what the polls indicate about political dynamics with Iowa becoming a pivotal state.] [PSAKI - offers views on Biden's speech with a lot of opportunities he missed, the importance of Iowa: where the people want to meet the presidential candidates.] [SHIELDS - offers views on how Biden is losing the rationale for his candidacy after three failed presidential election campaigns: there are holes in his campaign.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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