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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 03, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at an

(un)reality show again as thousands more die in the coronavirus pandemic while President Trump continued to remark on the election introduced; statistics on the surge in several states cited. [California Governor Gavin NEWSOM@- says we have to act now: stay: at home.] [For CNN, President-elect Joe BIDEN - says we have to set the pattern for masks: 100 days to mask: not forever.] [In response to question, TRUMP - says Attorney General William Barr has not looked very hard for "massive fraud" in several states.] How Trump's game is to say a statement & make something up with examples cited. And what happened in Wisconsin & Georgia noted. [Yesterday, Georgia secretary of state Brad RAFFENSPERGER - says there are no changes in the vote result.] Trump & the QAnon conspiracy cult about Democrats & child pornography rings recalled & what Trump said about QAnon noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Kaitlan Collins) The story of the barring of the White House liaison to the Justice Department from the department building with the White House wanting loyalists in the liaison positions, on the contentious Trump-Barr White House meeting after Barr's comments to the AP undercut Trump's fraud claims so whether Barr will be fired discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Arizona secretary of state Katie Hobbs@ about what Trump said about fraud. [From Phoenix, HOBBS - says we found no evidence of fraud in Arizona, the status of the court cases challenging the election, on the certification of results allowing senators to be sworn in, on the consequences of Republicans refusing to accept the outcome of the election with conspiracy theories being made.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger & David Gergen about President Trump. [BORGER - offers views on Trump operating in an alternate reality so he will not come out & concede & not losing plus monetizing his positions via donations, on his focus on conspiracy theories while President-elect Joe Biden plans to focus on coronavirus, on the talk of pardoning Jared Kushner's father, on what Republicans are saying/not saying as Trump threatens to freeze the 2024 race.] {Note: Gergen's computer froze.} [GERGEN - offers views on Trump's future: he is off the spectrum & it is all about power: stalling on the stimulus program etc. by laying mines for Biden's administration., on power & the Republicans.] Other material: [With CNN's Jake Tapper, BIDEN - offers views on all the potential pardons from Trump.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Collins, Kaitlan
Duration:
00:21:30

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