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Campaign 2020 / Democrats / New Hampshire / A Discussion #1145439

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 10, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The last pitches from Democratic presidential candidates to New Hampshire voters before the primary introduced; CNN tracking poll figures & Quinnipiac national poll outlined on screen.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Manchester: David Chalian, Dana Bash) The poll indications boding well for Senator Bernie Sanders that could reshuffle the race to beat President Trump, the messages from Mayor Pete Buttigieg & Senator Amy Klobuchar after her strong debate performance, how New Hampshire likes to produce surprises, what will be the "Biden factor", on how we may/may not see who will stop Sanders, the unknowns that Mike Bloomberg could support with unlimited funds, on the significance of him working Super Tuesday discussed. [From Manchester, host Armie ARNESEN@- talks about the anger & terror going into the Democratic choice because of anger against Trump, how Sanders in 2016 set the agenda for 2020 with Senator Amy Klobuchar delivering in the ABC debate, how people here are talking about writing Bloomberg in.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Dana, David Chalian,
Duration:
00:12:50

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