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Coronavirus / US / Trump & Kushner / Woodward Interview #1265237

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 28, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The admission in "Rage" author Bob Woodward's audiotapes by Trump adviser Jared Kushner that President Trump passed the buck on the coronavirus pandemic introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Woodward about Kushner's tapes. [On April 18, 2020, KUSHNER - says the government should not own the testing; leave it to the governors with Trump "owning" the opening.] [On May 8, 2020, KUSHNER - says Trump is real good as a cheerleader making people feel good about the outcome, on what White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said in the Oval Office.] [From Washington, WOODWARD - offers views on how it is manipulative for Kushner to say give the hard stuff to the governors & Trump will embrace the opening & bypass all the rules from the doctors, on how this is Trump's pattern as in dealing with the military, the intelligence etc., on how Kushner is saying let's not give people bad news: a deception; on how the McEnany view was to maneuver politically through all this so we are on a collision course with history as there will be more of this with no vision if he loses & is still in office for two months.]

Cooper, Anderson

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