Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Anderson Cooper Live from Pittsburgh, PA on Tuesday, October 30, 2018


Anderson Cooper co-anchored CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin in the 2pm and 3pmET hours from Pittsburgh, PA.

Newsroom 2pmET:




3pmET:



Anderson Cooper was back in the 8pmET hour to anchor AC360 from Pittsburgh, PA.

Community Mourns Lives Lost in Synagogue Shooting, Community Says Goodbye to Two Brothers, Funeral Held For Devoted Doctor & Protesters Denounce Pres. Trump's Visit:


President Visits Patients, Family and Staff in Hospital, Anderson's interview with Dr. Donald Yealy and Pittsburgh City Councilwoman Erika Strassburger:


Protesters Denounce Pres. Trump's Visit, Panel Discussion:


ADL:  Public Anti-Semitism Rose by 57 % in 2017:


Pres. Trump Makes Dubious Claim Just Days Before Midterms That He'll Ban  Birthright Citizenship (He Can't):


Pres. Trump Says He's Considering Overturning 14th Amendment With Executive Order (He Can't):


Remembering Dr. Jerry Rabinowitz - HIV Patient Says Dr. Killed In Pittsburgh Attack Saved His Life:  "You Will Be Remembered By Me Always" :



"It's been an honor to be here, a privilege, a sad privilege and a painful one.  But we feel honored to have been able to bear witness over the last two days here."  ~ Anderson Cooper



AC360 Transcript
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2 comments:

aries moon said...

Listening to the stories about the two special needs brothers who died in the shootings was do heartbreaking--they sounded like such wonderful human beings. I am saddened by all of the people who were lost in this act of horrible violence. Anderson's discussion with Michael Kerr on his memories of the wonderful Dr. Rabinowitz was one of his most moving interviews ever on 360.

Sadly, as long as Republicans are in charge, this country will never have sensible gun laws and these tragedies will continue to happen.

judy said...

I am against the gun lobby as much as anyone. However, what happened in Pittsburgh had more to do with the violent rhetoric that is being spread by this Administration. Trump is continuing to paint a toxic picture of the Democrats with vicious lies and videos
about immigration. Everything is on the table including changing the 14th Amendment of the Constitution, which he cannot do. His agenda: Whatever sticks.