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CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 28, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The two cases of coronavirus in California with no ties to a cause that is community spread & the overall lack of response introduced. [President TRUMP - says we are doing a good job: Vice President Mike Pence, Dr Anthony Fauci, HHS Secretary Alex Azar....] [Yesterday, TRUMP - says it will disappear like a miracle...nobody really knows.] The complaints about the HHS Department's slow handling of testing noted. [AZAR - praises the aggressive containment effort by Trump.] How Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney & Jared Kushner were at the CPAC meeting to talk about the stock market noted. [MULVANEY - blames the media.] [White House economic adviser Lawrence KUDLOW - says buy.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Representative Jimmy Gomez about the whistleblower story about unprepared workers declining with the Americans returning home with the virus {Based on a "Washington Post" story.} [GOMEZ - offers views on what the HHS whistleblower said about protocols not being followed with no personal protective equipment like everyone else with untested people flying around the country: HHS did not take it seriously, on what Mulvaney said: shameful with the administration making this about the president, how the public wants to hear from health experts, not politicians.]

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