CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 07, 2020
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(Washington: Jake Tapper, Dana Bash, Abby Phillip) The trailblazing life of Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, who understands the pressure of being a black woman & how Vice President Mike Pence is in a new setting, the perception of a woman running, how she is seen as more progressive than Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, which could be difficult for her tonight discussed.
(Studio: Jake Tapper) Live discussion held with CNN's Sanjay Gupta & George Washington University professor Jonathan Reiner about the safety procedures at the debate. [GUPTA - offers views on what the safety glass can do, but with aerosolizing of the virus, on the Cleveland Clinic's protocols/measures.] [REINER - offers views on the issue of safety during a pandemic for the audience: they should meet electronically, on the White House refusal to explain President Trump's timetable for illness so Dr. Sean Conley has to reveal when Trump tested negatively.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Van Jones, David Axelrod & Rick Santorum about the next presidential debate & tonight's debate. [AXELROD, BORGER, JONES, SANTORUM - offer views on the next debate, what Pence & Harris need to say tonight, how this is a night of great pride for black & Asian Americans, on her support system, on how Pence's tone is important when he goes after Harris & can she deliver her message, on the striking contrast of the two who represent the future, on how Pence is running for president tonight.]
(Studio: Jake Tapper, Abby Phillip, Dana Bash) How everybody at this debate seems to be following the coronavirus rules, on the key of coronavirus in the debate, on Harris's radical positions & the mask issue.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The vice presidential debate introduced.
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