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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 09, 2020
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(White House: Jeremy Diamond) The push from President Trump for the reopening of schools examined. [On ABC, CDC dir. Dr. Robert REDFIELD@- defends the guidelines: this is not a revision.] [Yesterday, Vice President Mike PENCE - says the CDC will issue new guidance.] [Today, TRUMP - says children's immune system is strong, so we have to open our schools.] [White House press secretary Kayleigh McENANY - comments on CDC recommendations.] Trump tweet blaming testing quoted; details given about how this is not true as in Florida, Texas, Arizona with statistics on coronavirus & new unemployment numbers cited. [In response to the Supreme Court ruling on his finances, TRUMP - calls it a political witchhunt, a hoax.] The spins from McEnany & Trump to the court ruling & the questions as to why he will not release his tax returns noted.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Trump tweet quoted.

Blitzer, Wolf;
Diamond, Jeremy

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