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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 29, 2019
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(Detroit: Anderson Cooper) The standing of the Democratic presidential candidates in the latest Quinnipiac Poll outlined on screen.

(Detroit: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Jennifer Granholm, Jess McIntosh, David Axelrod, Nia-Malika Henderson, David Chalian & Van Jones about tomorrow's Democratic presidential candidates' debate. [BORGER, GRANHOLM, McINTOSH, BORGER, JONES, CHALIAN, HENDERSON - offer views on the poll numbers & what it means about leader former Vice President Joe Biden, the opposition of independents to President Trump, the momentum for Senator Elizabeth Warren, the view of the black voters, Biden as the "safe choice," the problems for those below the top five with Senator Bernie Sanders losing ground, the issues to be handled in the debate.]

(Detroit: Anderson Cooper) The Democratic debate coverage on CNN announced.

Cooper, Anderson

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