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Campaign 2020 / Democrats / South Carolina / A Discussion (Part I) #1145843

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 24, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Charleston, South Carolina: David Chalian) The shift in the Democratic race with Senator Bernie Sanders's big win in Nevada as we move to South Carolina with criticism of the "60 minutes" comments he made on on Fidel Castro, the importance of the South Carolina race for former Vice President Joe Biden with the importance of the black vote here with town halls & a debate before Suoer Tuesday comes quickly discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Axelrod, Nia-Malika Henderson & Aisha Moodie-Mills about the 2020 race. [AXELROD, HENDERSON, MOODIE-MILLS - offer views on how Sanders wants to just amass delegates while the rest of the party is divided, why the debate will be important for Mike Bloomberg, the significance of the black & Latino vote for Sanders, the issue of who is electable, how Tom Steyer could do well in the state.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Chalian, David

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