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Melania Trump / Wolkoff Book, Recordings & Interview (Part II) #1260789

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 about the kids on the border in shelters played, doing Christmas at the White House, how the liberal media would not do the story on the jacket she wore to the border to drive them crazy. [In live interview, WOLCOFF - offers views on Melania's visit to the border: it was done for attention, on how she had no husband to go to about her life in the White House: no support, on the jacket she wore at the border: what the message was in going to the border.]
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