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Southern District prosecutors watched impeachment hearing to decide whether to charge Giuliani: CNN reporter

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The first publicly televised impeachment hearing was aired to millions of people on Tuesday. But it wasn’t just citizens who were watching, suggested justice correspondent Evan Perez on CNN’s “The Situation Room” — it was federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York, who are currently investigating President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

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“Both of [the witnesses], Kent and Taylor, they weighed in on the role of Rudy Giuliani in all this diplomacy,” said anchor Wolf Blitzer. “What do you think?”

“Look, I think that’s the key part of his testimony,” said Perez. “I think we want to hear more from some of the other witnesses, including Ambassador Yovanovitch, and certainly Gordon Sondland, this is part of the story, the story Democrats are laying out for the impeachment inquiry. There is also another part of this, Wolf. I think the prosecutors in the Southern District of New York … are watching this testimony today, no doubt, and trying to see whether it fits into the criminal investigation still ongoing in which Giuliani is the center of.”

“I think today, hearing from these two very credible witnesses talk about what they heard and what they knew, it’s incorrect — frankly, even the Democrats have fallen into this thinking — that these two witnesses were hearsay witnesses,” added Perez. “That’s not true. These people were saying directly what they heard first hand from other people. There’s nothing wrong with that. People get convicted on hearsay evidence all the time, everyday in U.S. Courts. It’s very important for people to remember this is only part of that story, and the rest of it is going to come from some of the other witnesses.”

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‘I told you this would happen’: CNN’s Cuomo tears into Trump for trying to ruin Dr Fauci

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On Monday, CNN's Chris Cuomo slammed President Donald Trump for his latest attacks on Dr. Anthony Fauci.

"Fauci is not to blame for any of this. Trump is, period," said Cuomo. "And now that the reality is sinking in to blue and red, to left, right, and reasonable, Trump is doing what he always does: trying to shift blame to someone else. And we must reject efforts to shift stink onto the one man we can trust."

"Now, in these White House attacks, we see their principles on display as well, don't we?" said Cuomo. "Eat your own, lie about Fauci, deny your role, and defy the mandate of leadership that we gave you. And how about using an unnamed official to smear the only credible voice they have on this voice. Where are the worries about anonymous sources now, Mr. President? This is making America great again? You pardon a convicted liar and lie about a man with a conviction to fight a pandemic, which you apparently lack."

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CNN host buries Trump for promoting elderly game show host’s COVID conspiracy

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CNN's John Berman on Monday buried President Donald Trump for promoting the medical advice of a former game show host over the advice of doctors when it comes to the novel coronavirus.

The president on Monday morning promoted a tweet from former "Love Connection" host Chuck Woolery that accused both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and doctors in general of deliberately lying about the pandemic to harm Trump's re-election bid.

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Damning CNN supercut shows how Trump has been ‘wrong about every aspect of the pandemic’

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President Donald Trump's allies have been circulating an opposition research file on Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, for getting some things wrong in the past when talking about the novel coronavirus.

However, the president has gotten vastly more wrong about the pandemic -- and CNN on Monday showed the receipts.

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