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Melania Trump / Wolkoff Book, Recordings & Interview (Part I) #1260787

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 01, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The recordings of phone calls made between First Lady Melania Trump & then-friend Stephanie Winston Wolcoff, who has written a book "Melania & Me," introduced; phone call excerpts played. [In live interview, WOLCOFF - offers views on how she left the White House after being thrown under the bus scapegoating her about the inauguration & helping Melania set up her East Wing office. on how Melania wanted to make a difference to help children, but she is complicity in all that goes on in the White House, on how Melania is a supporter of the president as his biggest cheerleader. on how Trump acted in the debate, but she has no voice as his wife now, on why she recorded Melania after she left the White House & hired a lawyer.] What Melania's chief of staff Stephanie Grisham said about Wolkoff's recordings & book quoted.
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