CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 02, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN poll on the voter issues indicating the economy is the top concern noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Kaitlan Collins) The reasons for Biden giving this speech, how he believes the nation is at an inflection point, whether this is a political speech at a DNC event discussed. [BIDEN - says the question is will the candidates accept the outcome of the election win or lose.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Collins' new show "CNN This Morning" mentioned.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Bernie Sanders. [SANDERS - offers views on statement from Biden compared to what former President Trump & the extreme right are trying to do to undermine democracy that this election is about the future of democracy & other issues, including the economy, that inflation is worse in Europe than in the US: that Democratic spending is causing inflation according to the Republicans, on whether decency in politics can ever be restored.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Phoenix: Kyung Lah) The campaigning by former President Obama in the Arizona race by inspiring voter turnout in all the battleground states, the election deniers are on the ticket in Arizona discussed.
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