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CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 21, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reversal under pressure from Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg on the non-disclosure agreement {NDA} issue examined; his statement on NDAs quoted. [On Feb. 19 debate, Senator Elizabeth WARREN - says women signed non-disclosure agreements {NDA}.] [Last night, in CNN town hall, WARREN - says she wrote up a release for Bloomberg to sign.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Bloomberg adviser Tim O'Brien. [O'BRIEN - offers views on how Mike is trying to respond to Warren's distraction on Bloomberg & women, on how it is an important issue, but is has done disservice to Mike's record on women, on the NDAs issue now.]

Cooper, Anderson

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