Just over six months and 190,000 deaths ago, Vice President Mike Pence penned an OP-ED for the Wall Street Journal titled: There Isn't a Coronavirus 'Second Wave.' And now, months later - when it is even clearer that is not true - President Trump along with the vice president are still not addressing the nightmare as cases and deaths hit records each day. Former Covid Task Force Advisor to VP Pence, Olivia Troye, speaks out about what went on behind the scenes when that OP-ED was published. ?The facts weren?t there, and I was known for briefing him and sticking to the facts,? Troye says she has been appalled at Pence?s recent behavior, ?I don't know how you can morally look at yourself in the mirror and say this is ok.? She adds, ?I know that he is in a tough situation but at some point when people are dying and you are responsible for the protection of the country you really have a responsibility to take a stand.? And, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Celine Gounder discuss the latest Covid-19 vaccines developments. Plus, Democratic Congressman Jim Himes who is on the House Intelligence Committee and has been briefed, talks about the suspected Russian hack which occurred at some of the highest levels of several government agencies and some private companies.
Airdate: December 17, 2020
Dr. Sanjay Gupta
Dr. Celine Gounder
Rep. Jim Himes, (D) Connecticut
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