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Politics: Pence Town Hall / A Discussion #1399571

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 16, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The upcoming CNN town hall with former Vice President Mike Pence, who is on a book tour & may run for the presidency introduced. [On CBS, PENCE - says he will not testify before the January 6 committee: separation of power & the partisan nature of the committee that should be like the 9/11 commission.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Alyssa Farah Griffin & radio host Erick Erickson about Pence. [ERICKSON - offers views on Pence's arguments against the January 6 committee: the privilege claims, on his diversion from Trump on character issues, on his evangelical lane to run in.] [GRIFFIN - offers views on how Pence has to move beyond January 6, when he did the right thing that day, on how if he runs he will have to challenge former President Trump, on how there is a narrow lane for Pence to run on the good issues.]

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