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Mass Shootings / Biden Interview (Part I) #1140041

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 05, 2019
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(Studio: Tom Foreman) Report introduced.

(No location given: Anderson Cooper) Earlier CNN exclusive interview held with former Vice President Joe Biden. [BIDEN - offers views on Charlottesville & now El Paso being defining moments with President Trump mis-defining people with his rhetoric legitimizing white nationalism: a form of terrorism, that Trump's actions only encourage this kind of behavior--that no president speaks like this; that he has abandoned the theory we are all one people, the problem of linking background checks to immigrants when no one needs 200 rounds in a gun, how white supremacy/white nationalism is wrong & not a mental illness: it is hatred, how this is "domestic terrorism"; on banning assault weapons, on the Second Amendment arguments, on the need for a weapons buyback program, on Senator Kamala Harris suggesting doing this about guns by executive order, how guns should be behind lock & key, how the real problem is the NRA & the gun manufacturers, who are about selling not safety, how Trump is beholding to the NRA because of his base.]

Foreman, Tom;
Cooper, Anderson

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