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Mass Shootings / Biden Interview (Part II) #1140043

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 05, 2019
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(No location given: Anderson Cooper) Earlier CNN exclusive interview continued with former Vice President Joe Biden in the wake of the mass shootings re-introduced. [BIDEN - offers views on the issue of gun violence & video games, on the way President Trump speaks about Muslims & people of color while America is an ideal, not pitting one group of people against another, on the reasoning behind Senator Mitch McConnell holding back on gun legislation, on how he has met with the victims/families of shootings like Sandy Hook & Parkland, Florida, on the need for rationale gun policy with background checks & the inability to buy certain weapons, what he tells people about personal loss: his wife & daughter, the advice on dealing with loss: it never goes away but you know you can make it as with his loss of his son, Beau, how hate can have no safe harbor.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:15:40

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