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The Presidency / Trump & Wilson / A Discussion #1260811

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 02, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's historian Tim Naftali & "New Yorker" journalist Steve Coll@ about the hospitalization of President Trump for the coronavirus. [COLL - offers views on the parallel case of President Woodrow Wilson who was negotiating the terms of the outcome of World War I & contracted the "Spanish Flu" & kept his stroke out of the public eye.] [NAFTALI - offers views on Wilson's lack of focus on the flu pandemic, on the differences in past presidents & misinformation with this leader: no baseline of truth.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tomorrow's special Saturday edition of AC360 noted.

Cooper, Anderson

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