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Trump / Pardons / In Florida / A Discussion #1276662

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 23, 2020
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(Studio: John Berman; West Palm Beach, Florida: Jeremy Diamond) The issue of whether President Trump has more announcements while in Florida with more pardons coming, on who will be with him at Mar-A-Lago with fringe people having access to him discussed; statistics on the 49 already pardoned cited.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers, Rick Santorum & John Harwood about Trump. [HARWOOD, SANTORUM, POWERS - offer views on how tonight's pardons are "open corruption": his relationship with Russia that helps advance Russia's objectives, pardoning several involved in the Mueller investigation, how the "Russian conspiracy" has fallen flat, but it indicates he knows he has lost & will do "just" things before he leaves office, on what may happen in the last 28 days of Trump in the White House: illegal & unethical moves--that he is unconcerned with what is going on in the country since he is consumed with himself, ion how Republicans are put in a bind due to his rejections of the defense bill & maybe the stimulus bill & on why there was so much lying in the Russian investigation.]

Berman, John;
Diamond, Jeremy

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