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Trump / Florida Speech / A Discussion (Part II) #1138484

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 18, 2019
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(Studio: John Berman) The Quinnipiac poll standing of President Trump vs. key Democratic presidential candidates in the 2020 race in Florida outlined on screen with the "Orlando Sentinel" NOT endorsing Trump quoted.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion continued at 7:20:20 with CNN's David Chalian, Gloria Borger, Jeffrey Toobin, Rick Santorum & Bakari Sellers about Trump & his campaign while he speaks in Orlando. [CHALIAN, BORGER, SELLERS, SANTORUM - offer views on the significance of the Florida newspaper not backing Trump, the tone of his speech tonight & how the swing voters will react while he will run the same away again, the meaning of the Quinnipiac poll in Florida, the issue of the economy in 2020, the issue of a new moral America, the issue of the black vote: how to get them to come out, Trump's economic records, the Democrats's leaning to socialism.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:09:30

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