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President Elect Joe Biden's Year End Message #1279935

CNN Special for Tuesday, Dec 22, 2020

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CNN coverage of an address to the nation from President-elect Joe Biden in Wilmington, Delaware, on the fight against the coronavirus that is ahead with vaccines helping, on the cyberattacks on US government agencies and the need for improved cybersecurity that has been lacking under President Trump's administration, but it is a time to waken, hope and come together in unity. Wide-ranging questions from reporters followed on: cyber attacks; the cabinet announcements and when the attorney general will be named; the investigation of son Hunter Biden; on a coronavirus relief plan and vaccine distribution; on Trump politics and 2024; more on cyberattacks and cybersecurity; an immigration timetable to roll back Trump's restrictions. Following the event CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin leads a discussion and analysis of the speech with New York Times reporter Lisa Lelen, CNN security correspondent Josh Campbell, Senior Washington correspondent Jeff Zeleny and Dr. William Moss from Johns Hopkins University.

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