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CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 03, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Donie O'Sullivan) How supporters of former President Trump embrace the conspiracy theories & deny he had anything to do with the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol so Americans do not have a shared history about what happened here examined. [Trump supporters LISA, Anita GERMANO, Marge MATHIEU, Jeanie JOHNSON, LARRY, LUCIA, Penny ALLISON, Todd POSSETTt, MAN - blame the Democrats & the FBI, not Republican & Trump had nothing to do with it & President Biden did not win the stolen election.] [trump supporter Roz LESSER@ - questions "my side of the state."] How there are people who believe the lies about the Capitol because of the sophisticated campaign of misinformation discussed,

Cooper, Anderson;
O'Sullivan, Donie

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