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ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020
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(Studio: David Muir) The controversy over remarks from Senator Bernie Sanders in defense of Cuba's Fidel Castro before tonight's debate examined. [On CNN, SANDERS - speaks about Cuban literacy programs; backs former President Obama.] A statement from the Democratic National Committee communications dir. Xochutl Hinojosa@ about Castro quoted. [On CNN, Mayor Pete BUTTIGIEG - raises questions.] [Former Vice President Joe BIDEN - says it all starts in South Carolina.] [Mike Bloomberg's girlfriend Diana TAYLOR - says "get over it."] The need for Bloomberg to do better than he did in last week's debate over his sexism discussed.
Muir, David

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