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Anderson Cooper brings you highlights from CNN's premier nightly news program AC360.

Latest Episodes

Dr. Fauci: U.S. isn’t going in the right direction

As 38 states seea rise in coronavirus cases, White House Task Force MemberDr. Anthony Fauci says he thinks “it’s pretty obvious that we are not going in the right direction.” The Texas governor is now requiring face coverings in public places “in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases” afterthe statesaw its highest number of cases in a single day.William Haseltine, Chair and President of ACCESS Health International, joins AC360 to discuss the surge in cases throughout the country andanew CDC forecast predictsnearly 148,000 coronavirus deaths by July 25.Meanwhile,President Trump told reporters the situation in the country is “getting under control.” Maggie Haberman, White House Correspondent for the New York Timesand a CNN Political Analyst, tells AC360 “this President wants to run his re-election effort a certain way, and that does not relate to talking about the coronavirus unless it’s about describing his administration’s response in glowing terms that just don’t comport with reality.” Airdate: July 2, 2020

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Dr. Fauci: U.S. isn’t going in the right direction

Pres.Trump says he thinks at some pointCovid-19 will just disappear

As the U.S. sees the highest single-dayincreasein new coronavirus cases, Pres. Trumprepeats his claim that he thinks at some point the illness will just disappear. Florida Democratic Congresswoman Donna Shalala andClinton White House Chief of StaffLeon Panetta speak to AC360 about lack of guidance from President Trump.Also, former National Security Adviser to Pres. Obama Susan Rice reacts to reporting fromCNN’s Jim Sciutto.Multiple former Trump administration officials who briefed the President told Sciutto that Trump's resistance to intelligence warnings about Russia led his national security team - including those who delivered the President's Daily Brief to him orally - to do so less often.“You don't intimidate the messengers .. thisPresident is derelict in his duty as commander in chief to brush off information that is critical to the life and death of our service members and do so just because he doesn't want to hear bad news,” says Rice. Airdate: July 1, 2020

40 MIN3 d ago
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Pres.Trump says he thinks at some pointCovid-19 will just disappear

Dr. Fauci warns U.S. could hit 100,000 cases a day

With the U.S. seeing 40,000+ new cases a day, White House Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Anthony Fauci warned a Senate committee that new cases could rise to 100,000 a day. Colorado just became the 18thstate to pause or roll back their reopening plans.William Haseltine, Chair and President of ACCESS Health International, tells Anderson Cooper because the country is lacking leadership from the President, governors and other local officials are stepping up to try and protect their states and cities. Plus,DemocraticSenator Chris Murphy was one of the lawmakers asking Dr. Fauci and other Task Force members questions. He joinsAC360to discuss how coronavirus dominates everyone’s lives and says President Trump can’t just wish it away. Airdate: June 30, 2020

40 MIN4 d ago
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Dr. Fauci warns U.S. could hit 100,000 cases a day

At least 16 states have paused reopening plans

Florida is one ofat least16 states thathavepaused orrolled backreopening plans. Governor Ron DeSantis suspended alcohol consumption in bars but has yet to put a statewide face mask requirement in place. Nikki Fried, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, saysthe governor needs to be more engaged and “get his head out of the sand.” Plus, sources tell CNN during hundreds ofhighly classified phonecalls with foreign leaders,President Trump was consistently unprepared andposeda danger to national security. CNNPoliticalAnalyst and longtime journalistCarl Bernsteinjoins AC360 to discuss how sources told him some of Trump’s former top deputies concluded he was “delusional” in his dealings with foreign leaders. Airdate: June 29, 2020

40 MIN5 d ago
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At least 16 states have paused reopening plans

Pence: U.S. is opening “safely and responsibly” even as cases surge in many states

During the first White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing in nearly two months, Vice President Michael Pence claims Americans are seeing “encouraging news” despite 32 states across the country seeing an increase over the past week. Pence also defended the President’s recent rallies in Oklahoma and Arizona, two states seeing a spike in cases, saying Americans have freedoms of speech and assembly. Marc Lotter is the Director of Strategic Communications for Trump 2020. He joins AC360 and says even in the states with a jump in cases, masks shouldn’t be mandatory statewide and it should be up to the governors, mayor and local executives to put those rules in place. Plus, Texas was one of the first states to reopen but because of the volume of new cases, the Governor has “paused” the state’s phased economic reopening. Dr. Peter Hotez, Dean of the School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor University, tells AC360 Texas is in a better position with more people wearing masks and bars cl...

40 MIN1 w ago
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Pence: U.S. is opening “safely and responsibly” even as cases surge in many states

COVID-19 model projects nearly 180,000 deaths by fall

An influential COVID-19 model projects nearly 180,000 deaths in the U.S. by October 1. That number drops to 146,000 if 95% of Americans wear face masks. Dr. Chris Murray is the director of the group at the University of Washington that’s been working on the models. He joins AC360 to explain how wearing masks could not only save lives but also help the economy. Plus, House Judiciary ChairmanJerry Nadler says the House “may very well” try to impeach Attorney General William Barr. This comes after a deputy to formal special counsel Robert Mueller who prosecuted the Roger Stone case testified in front of lawmakers that Stone was “treated differently from anyeveryother defendant”because of his relationship to the President.Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff tells Anderson Cooper that what Barr has done with the DOJ is dangerous and there are two standards of justice: one for friends of the President and another for everyone else. Airdate: June 24, 2020

40 MIN1 w ago
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COVID-19 model projects nearly 180,000 deaths by fall

Dr. Fauci: “We’re going to be doing more testing, not less”

White House Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Anthony Fauci testified in front of a House committee on the Trump’s administration’s response to the pandemic and directly contradicted the President.“We’re going to be doing more testing, not less,”said Fauci.Dr. Richard Besser, former Acting Director of the CDC, tells Anderson Cooper the mixed messaging could result in some parts of the country slipping back to a worse situation than they wereseveral months ago. Plus, Democratic Senator Kamala Harris joinsAC360to discuss police reform and explains why she thinks we need to “reimagine public safety.” Airdate: June 23, 2020

40 MIN1 w ago
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Dr. Fauci: “We’re going to be doing more testing, not less”

Two more Trump campaign staffers test positive for coronavirus after Tulsa rally

Right before Trump’s weekend rally in Tulsa, OK, it was reported that six campaign staffers had tested positive for COVID-19. Since then the campaign has revealed two more staff members tested positive and they were both at rally but wearing masks. At that rally, President Trump said he told his staff to slow down testing for the virus in order to keep the number of cases down.Buthis administration is now saying his comments were just “tongue-in-cheek.” William Haseltin, Chair and President of ACCESS Health International, tells Anderson Cooper closing the economy during the pandemic is not the answer but being careful is. Plus, Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono joins AC360 to react to the President calling the deadly virus the “Kung flu.” Airdate: June 22, 2020

43 MIN1 w ago
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Two more Trump campaign staffers test positive for coronavirus after Tulsa rally

Trump pushes ahead with Tulsa rally as coronavirus cases spike in Oklahoma

Leaders and health experts have raised concerns about President Trump’s upcoming rally in Tulsa.Theyworry it could be a new hot spot for coronavirus infections.White House Press SecretaryKayleigh McEnany says she won’t be wearing a mask at the rally where an estimated 19,000couldbe insideTulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma arena. Dr. Stephen Prescott, President of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, joins AC360 to discuss his concerns with having such a large gathering especially when coronavirus cases are on the rise in Oklahoma. Plus, as many are marching and gathering to commemorate the end of slavery during the Juneteenth holiday, the country is still struggling with systematic racism and injustice. When asked repeatedly to say “Black lives matter” in aninterview, Vice President Pence said “all lives matter.” Professor Cornel West reacts to the Vice President’s comments and talks about the meaning behind Juneteenth. Airdate: June 19, 2020 Guests: Dr. Stephen Prescott Cornel West

42 MIN2 w ago
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Trump pushes ahead with Tulsa rally as coronavirus cases spike in Oklahoma

Former officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murder

Garrett Rolfe, the former Atlanta police officer who shot Rayshard Brooks, is facing 11 charges, including a felony murder charge. At a news conference, the District Attorney revealed a photo he said shows Rolfe kicking Brooks after he had been shot. Tomika Miller, Brooks’s widow, said she was “appalled” after hearing and seeing the new details. L. Chris Stewart, the Brooks’s family attorney tells Anderson Cooper that Miller had to leave the courtroom because she was so upset. Plus, coronavirus cases are still rising in Tulsa, Oklahoma as President Trump gets ready to hold his first rally since the pandemic shut down most of the country. Dr. Jabraan Pasha wrote a letter signed by local health care workers asking the mayor to postpone the President's rally. He joins AC360 to discuss his concerns for holding such a large event while daily new cases are still surging. Airdate: June 17, 2020

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Former officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murder

Latest Episodes

Dr. Fauci: U.S. isn’t going in the right direction

As 38 states seea rise in coronavirus cases, White House Task Force MemberDr. Anthony Fauci says he thinks “it’s pretty obvious that we are not going in the right direction.” The Texas governor is now requiring face coverings in public places “in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases” afterthe statesaw its highest number of cases in a single day.William Haseltine, Chair and President of ACCESS Health International, joins AC360 to discuss the surge in cases throughout the country andanew CDC forecast predictsnearly 148,000 coronavirus deaths by July 25.Meanwhile,President Trump told reporters the situation in the country is “getting under control.” Maggie Haberman, White House Correspondent for the New York Timesand a CNN Political Analyst, tells AC360 “this President wants to run his re-election effort a certain way, and that does not relate to talking about the coronavirus unless it’s about describing his administration’s response in glowing terms that just don’t comport with reality.” Airdate: July 2, 2020

40 MIN2 d ago
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Dr. Fauci: U.S. isn’t going in the right direction

Pres.Trump says he thinks at some pointCovid-19 will just disappear

As the U.S. sees the highest single-dayincreasein new coronavirus cases, Pres. Trumprepeats his claim that he thinks at some point the illness will just disappear. Florida Democratic Congresswoman Donna Shalala andClinton White House Chief of StaffLeon Panetta speak to AC360 about lack of guidance from President Trump.Also, former National Security Adviser to Pres. Obama Susan Rice reacts to reporting fromCNN’s Jim Sciutto.Multiple former Trump administration officials who briefed the President told Sciutto that Trump's resistance to intelligence warnings about Russia led his national security team - including those who delivered the President's Daily Brief to him orally - to do so less often.“You don't intimidate the messengers .. thisPresident is derelict in his duty as commander in chief to brush off information that is critical to the life and death of our service members and do so just because he doesn't want to hear bad news,” says Rice. Airdate: July 1, 2020

40 MIN3 d ago
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Pres.Trump says he thinks at some pointCovid-19 will just disappear

Dr. Fauci warns U.S. could hit 100,000 cases a day

With the U.S. seeing 40,000+ new cases a day, White House Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Anthony Fauci warned a Senate committee that new cases could rise to 100,000 a day. Colorado just became the 18thstate to pause or roll back their reopening plans.William Haseltine, Chair and President of ACCESS Health International, tells Anderson Cooper because the country is lacking leadership from the President, governors and other local officials are stepping up to try and protect their states and cities. Plus,DemocraticSenator Chris Murphy was one of the lawmakers asking Dr. Fauci and other Task Force members questions. He joinsAC360to discuss how coronavirus dominates everyone’s lives and says President Trump can’t just wish it away. Airdate: June 30, 2020

40 MIN4 d ago
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Dr. Fauci warns U.S. could hit 100,000 cases a day

At least 16 states have paused reopening plans

Florida is one ofat least16 states thathavepaused orrolled backreopening plans. Governor Ron DeSantis suspended alcohol consumption in bars but has yet to put a statewide face mask requirement in place. Nikki Fried, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services, saysthe governor needs to be more engaged and “get his head out of the sand.” Plus, sources tell CNN during hundreds ofhighly classified phonecalls with foreign leaders,President Trump was consistently unprepared andposeda danger to national security. CNNPoliticalAnalyst and longtime journalistCarl Bernsteinjoins AC360 to discuss how sources told him some of Trump’s former top deputies concluded he was “delusional” in his dealings with foreign leaders. Airdate: June 29, 2020

40 MIN5 d ago
Comments
At least 16 states have paused reopening plans

Pence: U.S. is opening “safely and responsibly” even as cases surge in many states

During the first White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing in nearly two months, Vice President Michael Pence claims Americans are seeing “encouraging news” despite 32 states across the country seeing an increase over the past week. Pence also defended the President’s recent rallies in Oklahoma and Arizona, two states seeing a spike in cases, saying Americans have freedoms of speech and assembly. Marc Lotter is the Director of Strategic Communications for Trump 2020. He joins AC360 and says even in the states with a jump in cases, masks shouldn’t be mandatory statewide and it should be up to the governors, mayor and local executives to put those rules in place. Plus, Texas was one of the first states to reopen but because of the volume of new cases, the Governor has “paused” the state’s phased economic reopening. Dr. Peter Hotez, Dean of the School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor University, tells AC360 Texas is in a better position with more people wearing masks and bars cl...

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Pence: U.S. is opening “safely and responsibly” even as cases surge in many states

COVID-19 model projects nearly 180,000 deaths by fall

An influential COVID-19 model projects nearly 180,000 deaths in the U.S. by October 1. That number drops to 146,000 if 95% of Americans wear face masks. Dr. Chris Murray is the director of the group at the University of Washington that’s been working on the models. He joins AC360 to explain how wearing masks could not only save lives but also help the economy. Plus, House Judiciary ChairmanJerry Nadler says the House “may very well” try to impeach Attorney General William Barr. This comes after a deputy to formal special counsel Robert Mueller who prosecuted the Roger Stone case testified in front of lawmakers that Stone was “treated differently from anyeveryother defendant”because of his relationship to the President.Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff tells Anderson Cooper that what Barr has done with the DOJ is dangerous and there are two standards of justice: one for friends of the President and another for everyone else. Airdate: June 24, 2020

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
COVID-19 model projects nearly 180,000 deaths by fall

Dr. Fauci: “We’re going to be doing more testing, not less”

White House Coronavirus Task Force Member Dr. Anthony Fauci testified in front of a House committee on the Trump’s administration’s response to the pandemic and directly contradicted the President.“We’re going to be doing more testing, not less,”said Fauci.Dr. Richard Besser, former Acting Director of the CDC, tells Anderson Cooper the mixed messaging could result in some parts of the country slipping back to a worse situation than they wereseveral months ago. Plus, Democratic Senator Kamala Harris joinsAC360to discuss police reform and explains why she thinks we need to “reimagine public safety.” Airdate: June 23, 2020

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dr. Fauci: “We’re going to be doing more testing, not less”

Two more Trump campaign staffers test positive for coronavirus after Tulsa rally

Right before Trump’s weekend rally in Tulsa, OK, it was reported that six campaign staffers had tested positive for COVID-19. Since then the campaign has revealed two more staff members tested positive and they were both at rally but wearing masks. At that rally, President Trump said he told his staff to slow down testing for the virus in order to keep the number of cases down.Buthis administration is now saying his comments were just “tongue-in-cheek.” William Haseltin, Chair and President of ACCESS Health International, tells Anderson Cooper closing the economy during the pandemic is not the answer but being careful is. Plus, Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono joins AC360 to react to the President calling the deadly virus the “Kung flu.” Airdate: June 22, 2020

43 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Two more Trump campaign staffers test positive for coronavirus after Tulsa rally

Trump pushes ahead with Tulsa rally as coronavirus cases spike in Oklahoma

Leaders and health experts have raised concerns about President Trump’s upcoming rally in Tulsa.Theyworry it could be a new hot spot for coronavirus infections.White House Press SecretaryKayleigh McEnany says she won’t be wearing a mask at the rally where an estimated 19,000couldbe insideTulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma arena. Dr. Stephen Prescott, President of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, joins AC360 to discuss his concerns with having such a large gathering especially when coronavirus cases are on the rise in Oklahoma. Plus, as many are marching and gathering to commemorate the end of slavery during the Juneteenth holiday, the country is still struggling with systematic racism and injustice. When asked repeatedly to say “Black lives matter” in aninterview, Vice President Pence said “all lives matter.” Professor Cornel West reacts to the Vice President’s comments and talks about the meaning behind Juneteenth. Airdate: June 19, 2020 Guests: Dr. Stephen Prescott Cornel West

42 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Trump pushes ahead with Tulsa rally as coronavirus cases spike in Oklahoma

Former officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murder

Garrett Rolfe, the former Atlanta police officer who shot Rayshard Brooks, is facing 11 charges, including a felony murder charge. At a news conference, the District Attorney revealed a photo he said shows Rolfe kicking Brooks after he had been shot. Tomika Miller, Brooks’s widow, said she was “appalled” after hearing and seeing the new details. L. Chris Stewart, the Brooks’s family attorney tells Anderson Cooper that Miller had to leave the courtroom because she was so upset. Plus, coronavirus cases are still rising in Tulsa, Oklahoma as President Trump gets ready to hold his first rally since the pandemic shut down most of the country. Dr. Jabraan Pasha wrote a letter signed by local health care workers asking the mayor to postpone the President's rally. He joins AC360 to discuss his concerns for holding such a large event while daily new cases are still surging. Airdate: June 17, 2020

40 MIN2 w ago
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Former officer who shot Rayshard Brooks charged with felony murder
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