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Trump / Stimulus Bill / Defense Bill / Kinzinger Interview #1276788

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 28, 2020
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) The passage in Congress of the stimulus relief bill after President Trump reused to sign the Cares Act until last night saying he was holding out for extra money introduced; details given of the costs of Trump's "game," the alternatives he had for a better deal, how Trump has not tweeted about the Nashville bombing, but he keeps fund raising to challenge the election & playing golf. [Unemployment running out, Meghan MEYER@- says it has been a rough time.] [President-elect Joe BIDEN - says the outgoing administration has been invisible: roadblocks.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto; White House: Kaitlan Collins) The House vote to override President Trump's veto of the defense bill.] {Note: audio problems prevented the Collins report.}

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Earlier discussion held with Representative Adam Kiniznger about the coronavirus relief bill. [KINZINGER - offers views on the reality of his position on the democracy when Trump contests the election: there is long-term damage with a possibility of violence on Jan. 6, the consequences of civil war, on creating fear to raise money, on the issue of increasing payments to two thousand dollars so we need a reset on politics.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Collins, Kaitlan

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