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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 28, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The "Boston Globe" headline mocking former Vice President Joe Biden after his debate performance last night with his dustup with Senator Kamala Harris about civil rights shown & 1970s NPR interview with Biden about a constitutional amendment banning busing played.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Chicago: Arlette Saenz) Biden's cleanup today after the debate that led to questions & his awareness he has to do better going forward discussed. [In Chicago, BIDEN - says he never opposed voluntary busing.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's with Andrew Gillum & Nia-Malika Henderson about Biden. [HENDERSON - offers views on what Biden is saying about busing when he was anti-busing in the 1970s, on the argument that Biden is the electable option.] [GILLUM - offers views on Biden not putting the issue to rest, the effectiveness of Harris's personal argument about busing, on the performances of Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Senator Elizabeth Warren & Julian Castro.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Saenz, Arlette

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