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San Francisco, California / Pelosi Attack / CNN Nancy Pelosi Interview (Part I) #1398195

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 07, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The first interview with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi since the hammer attack By David DePape on her husband, Paul Pelosi, featured. [For CNN, PELOSI - talks about Paul's return home. the advice not to revisit the traumA, on not listening to the 911 call, how she got the word of the attack from Capitol Police, him going to San Francisco General's trauma center, returning to California from Washington, on being the target, on the copycat wording "where's Nancy?," the "other side" making a joke of it, the need for a healing process, on the conspiracy theories about what happened: bad for the country, how this is a one-sided assault on democracy, on a time for healing, on not being ready to talk about what comes next,]
Cooper, Anderson

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