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Campaign 2020 / Biden Interview / A Discussion (Part IV) #1139026

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 05, 2019
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion continued with CNN's Van Jones, David Gergen & Kirsten Powers about former Vice President Joe Biden's CNN interview yesterday. [POWERS, GERGEN, JONES - offer views on whether Biden is closer to the Democratic base than the other presidential candidates, how Biden has to get in the ring {debates}, how well is Biden selling the idea he can beat Trump: he did not handle Senator Kamala Harris in the debate, whether Trump can fight on the Census citizenship question: it is about redistricting.] [Other material: [President TRUMP - explains why you need the citizenship question in the Census.]
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Sciutto, Jim
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