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San Francisco, California / Pelosi Attack / CNN Nancy Pelosi Interview / A Discussion (Part III) #1398199

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 07, 2022
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Sections from the first interview with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi since the hammer attack By David DePape on her husband, Paul Pelosi, in a politically motivated attack that was just aired reviewed. [For CNN, PELOSI - talks about her decisions being affected by the attack & the great honor of representing the people of San Francisco for 35 years.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Gloria Borger; Washington: Dana Bash) The reaction to what Pelosi said about retiring or not, the impact her retirement would have on Democrats, how she has said she is the best person for the job of speaker, on her dealing with her husband being attacked when she was the target, how she blames former President Trump, on what happens if the Republicans take back the House & whether anything will get passed in the next two years, on the key Senate races discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Gloria, Anderson Cooper,;
Bash, Dana

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