This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Kirsten Powers & Dana Bash about the campaign. [BASH, GERGEN, POWERS - offer views on the fundamentals of the race, the momentum shift to Clinton, how Trump needs to get off the Miss Universe issue, Gary Johnson's bad week.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(New York: Jason Carroll) Trump's late-night Tweeting about Miss Universe Alicia Machado discussed; Tweets about Clinton & Machado & the media & Clinton's response quoted; details given about the issue of his debate performance. [In Florida, CLINTON - calls it a Twitter meltdown.] "USA Today" editorial decision calling Trump unfit quoted. The issue of late-night Tweeting discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Kirsten Powers & Dana Bash about the Trump Tweets. [BASH, GERGEN, POWERS - offer views on what Trump is doing: that Twitter is Trump's lifeline, how this behavior is "nuts & bizarre", the problems with Trump's debate microphone, how Hillary "baited" Trump.]
(Washington: Sunlen Serfaty) The history of Donald Trump's public feuds reviewed; details given about his long feud with "Spy" magazine editor Graydon Carter, with actress Rosie O'Donnell, Fox's Megyn Kelly, the Khan family. [At different times, TRUMP - asks does he have small hands; calls Rosie disgusting; criticizes Kelly; hits the Khans; how Tweeting get you in trouble.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord & Republican Trump opponent Ana Navarro about Trump. [LORD, NAVARRO - offer views on Trump's late-night Tweeting & whether it is "presidential".]
(Coral Springs, Florida: randi Kaye) The importance of the African-American vote for Hillary Clinton's campaign examined; scenes shown from a Clinton rally from Florida. [Democratic African-American Women's Caucus president Leslie WIMES- says she needs the black vote: she is not President Obama.] [Black WOMAN, MAN, Joycy LACOMBE- offer views on Clinton.]
(College Park & Atlanta, Georgia: Gary Tuchman) The third graders' view of the presidential election presented; scenes shown from the Woodward Academy in College Park, Georgia. [Kids Riverly CARR, Hudson BICKERSTAFF-DAVIS, Lexi BLANCHARD, Charlie MURPHY, Maya STOREY- talk about the presidential candidates, the debate.] The kids & the political process discussed.