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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at the "desperate & dangerous" action by & around President Trump over his challenges to the presidential election that showed no widespread voter fraud introduced; details given about the recording of Trump's phone call with Georgia Republican secretary of state Brad Raffensperger to overturn the results. [Voice of TRUMP - says he wants to find 11,780 votes because we won the state: we won by hundreds of thousands of votes; states Dominion is moving fast to get rid of their machinery.] how the state of Georgia found no fraud recalled. The denial from Raffensperger's lawyer quoted. [Today, Georgia voting system implementation manager Gabriel STERLING@- says Trump undermines the faith in the election system in Georgia.] What Trump may say tonight in Georgia noted. [On Fox, Georgia Senator David PERDUE@- calls leaking the call "disgusting."] [On CBS, Jan. 3, 2020, senator Susan COLLINS - says Trump has learned his lesson.] How Trump is handled by speaking about him like he were a child noted. The Wednesday challenge of the election results outlined. [Ohio Governor Mike DeWINE - says a lot of people are questioning the election....] The hypocrisy noted. [Last Jan. 22, Senator Josh HAWLEY@- questions overturning an election.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Chris Murphy about efforts to overturn the election. [Dec. 11, MURPHY - talks about the efforts to overthrow democracy.] [In interview now, MURPHY - offers views on the Republican support for an effort to overthrow democracy on Wednesday: the undoing of American democracy, on how Republicans believe loyalty to President Trump is ahead of allegiance to the country, on how this is a threat to democracy: an election will be overturned.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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