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Coronavirus / US / Trump / Cuomo Interview (Part II) #1262021

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 13, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with "American Crisis" author New York Governor Andrew Cuomo about President Trump & the coronavirus. [CUOMO - offers views on Trump's claims he is immune now that he has had the coronavirus, but he spreads disinformation from day one & some people believe it & spread it, on how credibility now has to be earned, on how he gave New Yorkers information about the virus so we were united in an inspiring way: people will act responsible, on a timetable for a return to "full normal"; on his view of a scenario where Trump will "own" the court to bring a case on voter fraud in the election with the help of Attorney General William Barr, but the Supreme Court will not back him.]
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