"CBS This Morning" teamed up with digital media company Refinery29 for "M(Y) Vote," a series exploring the impact of millennial women on the upcoming midterm elections. As part of the series, Alex Wagner sat down with a group of Republican and Democratic women voters from Pennsylvania, all of whom plan on voting in November. In this excerpt of their conversation, they discuss "fake news" and how they feel President Trump is doing as president.
We're teaming up with digital media company Refinery29 this week for a series called "M(Y) Vote" which explores the impact of millennial women on the upcoming midterm elections. Alex Wagner speaks with a group of Republican and Democratic women voters from Pennsylvania. Their conversation touches on the social repercussions of supporting President Trump, immigration and gun reform.
President Trump says former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman lied when she called him a racist who has said the N-word on tape. But a new recording, obtained by CBS News overnight, seems to back up Omarosa's story that several Trump advisers discussed an alleged tape during the 2016 campaign. Weijia Jiang reports.