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Campaign 2020 / Senate / Georgia Republicans / A Discussion #1272701

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 04, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Harrelson County, Georgia: Kyung Lah) The issue of the Georgia Senate runoff races for Republicans David Perdue & Kelly Loeffler amid a deluge of misinformation about voter fraud in the general election examined; statistics on the vote in deep red counties cited. [Believe Trump won, Ralph HORTON@, Cheryl CANTRELL; Mark CLAYTON@- say President Trump won or there was voter fraud.] [TRUMP - says it was a rigged election.] [PERDUE, former GOP state Representative Buzz BROCKWAY@, believes Trump will help, Andy GUNTHER - offer views on the voter confusion.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Abby Phillip,, Paul Begala & Scott Jennings about Trump & Georgia politics. [PHILLIP, JENNINGS, BEGALA - offer views on what will happen with Trump's rallies, on what Trump should say to Georgians to get them to vote, on how it always about Trump: it could be a trap for Democrats: to get away from the Trump show, on the mixed messages sent to Republicans, on the Democratic problem of getting out the young & the African-American vote.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung
Duration:
00:11:40

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