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Coronavirus / US / Trump / Skorton Interview #1191607

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 29, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at "wartime president" President Trump while the US reaches the coronavirus death milestone of 150,000 who did not acknowledge the deaths while in Texas visiting an energy company introduced. [TRUMP - says we will end the plague from China.] [Representative Louis GOHMERT - says maybe the mask caused his virus.] The issue of testing in the US noted. [Dr. Stella IMMANUEL - speaks about "astral sex"; outlines the cure for coronavirus.] Trump's retweeting of her video noted. [Today, TRUMP - says he was impressed by her talking about hydroxychloroquine: let her have a voice.] How Trump is not interested in medical studies that can save lives explained. [National Inst. of Allergy & Infectious Diseases director Dr. Anthony FAUCI@- talks about medical studies: hydroxychloroquine: not effective.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Assn. of American Medical Colleges president Dr. David Skorton. [From Washington, SKORTON - offers views on whether we can do what has to be done based on scientific evidence, on how we are failing as cases grow, on whether hospitals are ready with supplies, so we don't have testing to open schools, a policy on masks as mandatory, how we need 2.3 millions tests a day, on health inequities, testing options.]

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