CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 07, 2020
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(White House: Jim Acosta) The White House video in which President Trump calls his coronavirus a blessing, reports White House aides are fearful with him having the virus reviewed; details given about his work in the White House, the risks, the White House coronavirus outbreak & others at risk & how Trump wants to return to rally events. [TRUMP - says it was a blessing in disguise so I took the drug that was a "cure".] [White House Chief of staff Mark MEADOWS - comments on safety protocols as he returned to work, disinfecting areas.] [White House deputy pores secretary Brian MORGENSTERN@- says it is not a death sentence.] The White House refusal to say when the president tested negative discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Studio: Daniel Dale) A Fact Check before the vice presidential debate with Trump giving misleading information about Regeneron, the coronavirus vs. the flu, on flu death statistics, on the vaccine timetable & questionable statements from Vice President Mike Pence & Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris in the past reviewed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Van Jones, David Axelrod & Rick Santorum about the debate. [BORGER, JONES, AXELROD, SANTORUM - offer views on tonight's debate that will be dominated by coronavirus, how Pence has to save Trump, how this is suicidal for him, on the expectations for the debate with Pence laying out what he knows about the virus, on how Harris can be relatable to the women out there: empathy.]
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