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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 14, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The "CBS Evening News" interview with President Trump excerpted. [TRUMP - offers views on the Confederate flag: Freedom of Speech. that white people, too, die at the hands of police.] That fact that black men are 3.5 times more likely to be killed than white people noted.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "My Vanishing Country" author Bakari Sellers & David Axelrod about Trump. [From Charlotte, SELLERS - offers views on the issue being how far have we come when the president is a racist/white supremacist, but he does not understand our history.] [AXELROD - offers views on how he became the president by espousing these views & is exploiting race seeing it is to his advantage: appealing to a "silent majority", on how what matters is he is unresponsive to what is happening in the coronavirus & race.] Other material: [On ABC, niece Mary TRUMP - offers views on how he seemed strained early on in office, how he is incapable of leading the country based on what she has seen her entire adult life.]

Cooper, Anderson

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