CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 2020
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(Studio: Kate Bolduan; West Palm Beach: Jeremy Diamond) The status of Trump & the COVID relief bill while Trump was golfing & talking about contesting the election discussed.
(Studio: Kate Bolduan; Wilmington, Delaware: Jessica Dean) What Biden said last tight to journalists about his push for unity & getting something done with Congress discussed.
(Studio: Kate Bolduan) Live discussion held with CNN's Ron Brownstein, David Cay Johnson & Yahoo! News Brittany Shepherd abut Trump & Biden. [BROWNSTEIN, SHEPHERD, JOHNSON - offerS views on the problems of changing administrations during a national "wartime" crisis with hostility in the transition, on Biden's frustration in his Christmas address focusing on the cyber hack, the issues with the petty Twitter passover, on how Trump does not know what to do with the pandemic & he is running away from responsibility with him having no executive skills: his whole life has been a con, on the pardons being embarrassing to the country as a "strongman" knows his days are numbered, but few Republicans will call him out, on what people around him are doing: looking for jobs, on what him saying people need $2,000, not $600 means as he becomes a government critic in exile.] Other material: [March 2019, Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says pardoning Paul Manafort would be a disaster.]
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