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Trump's Final Days / Woodward-Bernstein Interview #1272676

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 03, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with journalists Bob Woodward & Carl Bernstein about the final days of President Trump in office. [WOODWARD - offers views on the effect Trump will have on the Republican Party: shameful of them backing Trump as a political force, on how this will be the final days of Trump & will it mirror what happened to President Richard Nixon in 1974, on his bizarre speech last night, on understanding Trump, who does know the difference between truth & untruths, on Jared Kushner saying 7 months ago Trump & not the doctors is in charge, on President Ford's pardon of Nixon as seen by history: Ford ended the national nightmare.] [BERNSTEIN - offers views on whether Republicans can move on if Trump threatens to run again: his attempts at a coup & he undermines the election future while being a subversive influence while he focuses his selfish interests, on Trump undermining the interest of the US: the bread lines & the coronavirus so the coverup continues in these "venal" final days, on Republicans like Senator Mitch McConnell not speaking the truths.] Other material: [July 1, WOODWARD, TRUMP - on the Rinos don't want me to succeed & you {Woodward} don't understand me now.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:50

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