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Campaign 2020 / Trump vs. Biden / Supreme Court / A Discussion / Nessel Interview #1274640

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 11, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Supreme Court ruling on the lawsuit brought by President Trump via the state of Texas to overturn the presidential election results with Justices Samuel Alito & Clarence Thomas quoted. Thus ending the last Trump legal challenge to the landslide election loss that was sign ed on to by over a hundred Republicans noted. [Sept. 23, TRUMP - says this Democratic scam will be before the Supreme Court.] [On Fox, White House press secretary Kayleigh MCENANY - denies the probability of four states turning the vote against Trump.] The reaction to the court ruling noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Live discussion held with CNN's Abby Phillip & John Dean & Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel about the court ruling against Trump. [DEAN - offers views on this likely end the court cases; predicts Trump could do something with the electoral vote count.] [PHILLIP - offers views on how it is pretty much over for Trump since no one case can reverse the decision: he cannot fathom losing.] [NESSEL@- says our state votes will be franchised by this ruling; explains how the Supreme Court is an appellate court & this was a frivolous case; predicts threats against state leaders will continue: a dangerous time.] [DEAN, PHILLIP - offer views on the reaction of the three other state attorneys general, how he will continue to try to radicalize the Republicans.]

Cooper, Anderson

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