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Campaign 2020 / Trump vs. Biden / Zakaria Interview #1265146

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 23, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What CNN's Fareed Zakaria said in the "Washington Post" about being wrong on the 2016 election & doubling down in 2020 quoted. [From New York, "Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World" author ZAKARIA - offers views on why he thinks Trump will lose this election because Trump has never been popular, but won an electoral college victory in 2016, on what it will mean if he wins a second term: how Trump has represented us to the rest of world {with examples cited}, on Tom Firedman's concern about the dangers of a civil war as Trump recognizes no limits, but the US has dynamism, on how the pandemic is the most consequential event in our lifetime, so change is possible if politicians lead us.]
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