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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Bernie Sanders about the Census citizenship legal case, climate change & politics. [SANDERS - offer views on why the Trump administration wants to undercount Latinos in the Census, on the plea agreement made by Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta, who made the plea deal in the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal case, his call for a national mobilization on climate change to prevent irreparable damages to the environment, how the corporate elite's greed is ruining the working class of this country, that the issue if the long-term future of the planet versus profits for the fossil fuel industry; the past lying of the tobacco industry, how the debate about climate change is over so we need tom over away from fossil fuel, the presidential candidacy now of Tom Steyer, another billionaire, where the race stands now as Senator Elizabeth Warren is rising in the polls, on his own campaign's strength, on the women's soccer team & equal pay.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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