‘This argument is like peak patriarchy’: CNN panel debates Roe v. Wade draft leak

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CNN’s Don Lemon, senior political analyst Kirsten Powers, and political commentator Alice Stewart discuss the leaked draft Supreme Court opinion on Roe v. Wade.

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Donald Carlton Lemon is an American television journalist. Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, he anchored weekend news programs on local television stations in Alabama and Pennsylvania during his early days as a journalist.

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