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Trump / Mar-A-Lago Renovations / Scaramucci Interview #1276823

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 29, 2020
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Reports about President Trump being upset at renovations at the Mar-A-Lago club in Florida, which will be his residency after he leaves the White House, introduced.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's former White House communications dir. Anthony Scaramucci. [From Manhasset, New York, SCARAMUCCI - offers views on the consequences for Trump having lost the election & withdrawing from the job: he was unfit for the job, on his "nefarious" tweet about Jan. 6, on what his end game is with the stimulus bill & more payments, on what will happen on Jan. 6 to contest the election results: pardons, fund raising etc., on whether he will run in 2024.]

Sciutto, Jim

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