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Trump / Final Days / Pardons / A Discussion #1280966

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 18, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at "many calls...many meetings," which is quoted on President Trump's official schedule, which is a lie, while coronavirus deaths head for 400,000 & Trump is just dumping everything to President-elect Joe Biden introduced. [Feb. 25, TRUMP - says the job {on coronavirus} is done.] [Mar. 29, TRUMP - says if we can hold it down to 100,000....] [Republican Representative Mary MACE@- says we were lied to about the election & his rhetoric lead to what happened on Capitol Hill.] The new video with audio from the "New Yorker" from the Capitol shown from 7:04:40 to 7:05:30. What Trump enabler Representative Jim Jordan said introduced. [JORDAN - avoids answering a question about Biden's winning.] A tweet from "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman on Trump continues to say he won the election & rails against Representative Kevin McCarthy quoted. [In farewell video, First Lady Melania TRUMP - calls for unity, love & peace.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) How Trump is spending his final days in office despite what his official schedule reads, his recording of a farewell message to be released, his work on pardons, getting security briefings as Washington, DC, is turned into a fortress & he lies about the stolen election, the farewell ceremony he wants on Wednesday morning at Joint Base Andrews, who is left around Trump in the White House as most of the staff has cleared out discussed. [From Washington, CNN's Benjamin GINSBURG - offers views on how a self-pardon would work resulting in an indictment & a long legal process while an impeachment trial would be doing on, on how Al Gore reacted in 2000 as compared to today.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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