CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 14, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The resignation of Attorney General William Barr on Dec. 23 introduced; his letter to President Trump quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Wilmington, Delaware: Jeff Zeleny) The propose of Biden's speech tonight in which he corrected the record against President Trump for attacking democracy with misinformation/disinformation as the coronavirus vaccine rolled out & the challenge for two administrations to work together discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) What happened to the Trump-Barr relationship with the insight that Trump is dreading having only 37 more days in the A-block news slot, how it is unlikely Trump will not concede, but will challenge the Electoral College results ceremonies discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, David Axelrod & John Dean about the day's events. [AXELROD, BORGER, DEAN - offers views on Biden's speech tonight: democracy held despite threats against those involved in the election ending with a plea for unity in a divided country, on how many Republicans are hanging back: outrageous, on how Biden many times mentioned Trump's name, on what Republicans have done in court & what will happen next: it won't work, but it will be theater, on the Barr resignation letter, on more pardons coming: a good time for Barr to get out as he is the master of the clean getaway so he wrote a fawning letter, on the options for Vice President Mike Pence at the official election count.]
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