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Michigan / Governor Kidnap Plot / Nessel Interview #1262751

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 19, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A new video about those who plotted to kill Michigan Governor Grethchen Whitmer, what President Trump said about her as the crowd chanted "Lock her up," introduced. [From CBS, WHITMER - offers views on the plot to kidnap & murder her.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel on Trump & Whitmer. [From Lansing, NESSEL - offers views on what Senator John McCain would say in 2008, but that is not this president, who incites violence, on how this is a continuation of what we hear from a dangerous president using mocking words, on the tabulation of votes in a fair & accurate manner in Michigan.] Other material: [Daughter-in-law Lara TRUMP - says Trump was having fun at his rally, not encouraging people.]

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