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Inauguration / Trump & Biden / A Discussion #1280997

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 19, 2021
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The polling numbers of President Trump's low approval ratings outlined on screen. Live discussion held with filmmaker Ken Burns & historian Doris Kearns Goodwin about Trump, Biden & reasons to hope. [From Boston, GOODWIN - offers views on how history will look at he failed leadership of Trump & coronavirus & how he mobilized an insurrection, how crisis creates opportunity for the new president & the need for a new Republican Party.] [From New Hampshire, BURNS - offers views on the unprecedented crisis: he created the crisis as an autocrat with a mob, on the optimism a this time: a racial reckoning & biden in an "FDR moment".]
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