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Campaign 2020 / Biden / Segregationists Issue / A Discussion #1138509

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 19, 2019
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(Studio: John Berman) The battle between former Vice President Joe Biden & other Democrats over his comments on civility & segregationist senators introduced. [To CNN, BIDEN - says Senator Cory Booker should apologize & "I have been involved in civil rights my whole career."]

(Studio: John Berman) A discussion held with CNN's David Chalian & David Gergen about Biden's comments. [Earlier, CHALIAN - offers views on the problems created by Biden's comments & how he is out of step with the party today, on the significance of the latest polls, how six debates are coming this year.] [GERGEN - offers views on Biden's experience that can become a liability with him interpreting things from a view of the 1990s, how Senator Elizabeth Warren has fresh policies.] Other material: Monmouth poll figures showing momentum for Warren outlined on screen.

(Studio: John Berman) Booker's appearance on "CNN Tonight" with Don Lemon noted.

Berman, John

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