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CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 26, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at the coronavirus in the White House again as Judge Amy Coney Barrett awaits the conformation vote in the Senate to name her to the Supreme Court while cases of the coronavirus surge introduced; scenes shown of President Trump campaigning at superspreader events in Pennsylvania. [TRUMP - states we are rounding the turn: COVID COVID COVID.] How Trump is gaslighting us again noted. [On CNN, White House chief of staff Mark MEADOWS@- says we can't control the pandemic; states we need the mitigating factors.] [Today, MEADOWS - says we will defeat & try to contain the virus by vaccines: we are not waving a white flag.] What Meadows is saying about the virus & how we can contain the virus explained. [TRUMP - says we report everything as COVID deaths & doctors get more money.] What is really happening in hospitals fighting the coronavirus & how hospitals are losing money explained; scenes shown of Vice President Mike Pence campaigning with staff members having the virus; details given about cases of coronavirus from Minnesota rallies noted.
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:00

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