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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 17, 2020
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(Studio: John Berman) A Keeping Them Honest look at "six months & one day ago" when Vice President Mike Pence stated in a "Wall Street Journal"op-ed with the help of President Trump we are having success against the coronavirus 190,000 deaths ago introduced; death, new cases & hospitalization statistics cited; graph shown. [Voice of University of Minnesota Dr. John HICK@- talks about being surrounded by death with patients isolated form family: providers may leave the profession.] [Five times, President TRUMP - says by Nov, 4 you will not hear about COVID anymore.] [Former New Jersey Governor Chris CHRISTIE - says he was wrong about mask wearing.]

(Studio: John Berman; White House: Jim Acosta) What "short-timer" Trump did on the job in the White House today while not condemning Russian President Vladimir Putin for cyber attacks nor mention coronavirus, whether Trump will get the vaccine as Pence will tomorrow, on how he is not leading now discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with former Pence COVID task force adviser Olivia Troye, who opposed Pence's "Wall Street Journal" op-ed. [TROYE - offers views on the genesis of Pence's op-ed: a ludicrous idea that has followed Pence because the facts were not there, so Pence got upset at the reaction, on Pence's appalling behavior about events at the White House when the country needed to be protected.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:13:00

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