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Trump in Office / Mary Trump Interview #1278816

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 07, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with President Trump's niece Mary Trump about what he will do in his last days in office. [TRUMP - offers views on the reasons for Trump's video today while he still has not conceded his election loss, how he will do anything that he thinks will get him out of this situation: he lost & has tried everything, but he should be impeached immediately because he IS those people {that rioted}, how he may try to pardon himself, on why he will not regain his sway over the Republican Party while he is looking at serious lawsuits, on the culpability for the Trump family re: the group that rioted, on what his life will be like after the presidency: he will lose power & betrayed his supporters.]
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