This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Michael Smerconish, Gloria Borger, John King, Paul Begala, Donna Brazile, Ana Navarro, Bill Press about the Democrats. [KING, BORGER, SMERCONISH, GERGEN, BEGALA, BRAZILE, NAVARRO, PRESS - offer views on how important tonight is for Clinton: electability versus authenticity, the commander-in-chief & trust/honesty issues, her need to inspire millenials, her need to show emotions, the gender issue, Bernie's need to lighten up, his economic populism, the minority voter issues.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baton Rouge: Sara Murray) Why Donald Trump is campaigning in Louisiana rather than South Carolina & his campaign strategy discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; South Carolina: Sunlen Serfaty) The pitch from Ted Cruz to evangelicals in South Carolina, how he went on the offense against Marco Rubio & Trump discussed.
(Charleston, South Carolina: Randi Kaye) The Democrats' courting of the African-American vote in South Carolina featured; scenes shown from a beauty salon in Charleston. [Black women VOTERS - comment on backing Barack Obama, backing Hillary Clinton, the appeal of Bernie Sanders to millenials.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The endorsements for Clinton from the Black Caucus & Representative John Lewis noted. [LEWIS - says he never met Sanders when leading SNCC in the 1960s.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" Charles Blow, CNN's Van Jones & Donna Brazile about the black vote. [JONES, BRAZILE, BLOW - comment on what Lewis said about Sanders & black issues being moved to by both candidates, the '94 crime bill that hurt blacks, the appeal of Sanders & what turns off black & women voters.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Michael Smerconish, Gloria Borger, John King, Paul Begala, Donna Brazile, Ana Navarro, Bill Press about the Democrats. [GERGEN, SMERCONISH, BORGER, KING - offer views on what both candidates need to do tonight, whether Hillary can make her appeal more focused, how Sanders needs to respond to foreign policy issues, how Sanders has to navigate the connection to President Obama, how Clinton has to find her sense of humor.]