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The Transition / Friedman Interview #1280970

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 18, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" columnist Tom Friedman about Washington, DC, today; scenes shown of the security presence here. [FRIEDMAN - offers views on the "sad" backdrop to Biden's Inauguration, how 2020 has been a "bizarre year" & people just want this over, on a president that tweets lies & how many people have been marinated in conspiracy theories so there has to be a war of ideas within conservatism to call out this craziness, how there has to be a fight inside the Republican Party, on what Senator Lindsey Graham is saying, on how President-elect Joe Biden has to lift up the working class. on what President Trump will do after, how we all have to calm down & get away from conspiracy theories.]
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