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Campaign 2020 / Iowa Polls / A Discussion #1144146

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 30, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The latest poll numbers from Iowa of the Democratic presidential candidates with 35 days until the caucuses outlined on screen. Live discussion held with CNN's Bakari Sellers & "Des Moines Register" Rachel Stassen-berger about the race in Iowa. [STASSEN-BERGER - offers views on why Mayor Pete Buttigieg is leading in Iowa.] [SELLERS - offers views on the lack of diversity in Iowa, hence Buttigieg is doing well, but black voters will determine the presidential candidate, how former Vice President Joe Biden does not have to win Iowa & New Hampshire: only he & Senator Bernie Sanders are showing longevity.]
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