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CNN Transcripts for November 9, 2019

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CNN NEWSROOM
• Testimony: Mulvaney Was Point Man on Quid Pro Quo; Australia Fires; War in Syria; Berlin Wall 30th Anniversary. Aired 3-3:30a ET
• Testimony: Mulvaney Was Point Man on Quid Pro Quo; Mayor Bloomberg Enters Democratic 2020 Race; Berlin Wall 30th Anniversary; India Supreme Court Awards Disputed Land to Hindus. Aired 4-5a ET
• Berlin Wall 30th Anniversary; Testimony: Mulvaney Was Point Man on Quid Pro Quo; "Anonymous" Tell-All Depicts Trump as Cruel and Unstable. Aired 5-6a ET
• President Trump to Attend College Football Game in Alabama; House Democrats to Hold Public Hearings in Impeachment Inquiry; John Bolton and Mick Mulvaney May Testify in Impeachment Inquiry; Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg May Enter Democratic Presidential Primary; Democratic Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren Criticizes Joe Biden's Characterization of Her as Angry; President Trump's Approval Ratings among African-American at 10 Percent; CIA Veteran Analyzes Psychological Relationship between President Trump and Followers. Aired 10-11a ET
• Impeachment Battle; Bloomberg Gears Up For Potential Presidential Run; President Trump Heads To Alabama For College Football Showdown; Dems Flipped GA's 6th District, Republicans Expect To Re-Flip It; Referee Accuses Jim Jordan of Covering Up Sexual Abuse at OSU. Aired 11a-12p ET
• President Trump Announces Possible Release Of Second Transcript Of Different Call With Ukrainian President; House Democrats To Hold Public Hearings In Impeachment Inquiry; House Republicans Submit List Of Requested Witnesses For Impeachment Inquiry Hearings; Jeff Sessions To Run For Senate In Alabama; Democratic Presidential Candidate Elizabeth Warren Criticizes Joe Biden's Characterization Of Her As Angry; Wrestling Referee Claims He Complained To Ohio State University's Wrestling Coaches Including Rep. Jim Jordan About Sexual Misconduct By Team Doctor; College Board Selling SAT Test Taker Information To Schools; American Man Seeks Kidnapped Children In Syria. Aired 2-3p ET
• President Donald Trump Discrediting Witnesses For Impeachment Inquiry; How Will Trump Be Received At Alabama/LSU Football Game?; Anonymous Author Paints Damning Portrait Of Trump's White House; Bloomberg Files To Run In 2020 Democratic Primary; Sondland Finds Memory Cure Amid Impeachment Inquiry. Aired 3-4p ET
• GOP Witness Request List In The Public Impeachment Inquiry; Billionaire Michael Bloomberg May Be Jumping Into The Democratic Primary Race; First Step Act Raising Concerns About Safety; Police Say Roommate & Her Boyfriend Suspects In College Student's Death; Pennsylvania Voters In Swing Districts Speak Out On Impeachment. Aired 4-5p ET
• Trump Plans To Release Transcript Of First Call With Ukraine; Bloomberg Gears Up For Potential Presidential Run; Sessions Praises Trump In Announcing Run For His Old Senate Seat; Conservative Media Says Democrats' Impeachment Inquiry Not "Sexy" Enough; Celebrities & Lawmakers Fight To Save Death Row Inmate; Graham's Head-Spinning Defenses Of Trump; Trump To Release April Call Transcript "Probably" Tuesday. Aired 1-2p ET
• Bloomberg Gears Up For Potential Presidential Bid; Bolton May Not Testify, But He Has A Book Deal; Dressing To Impress The President; "Baby Trump" Blimp Attacked At LSU-Alabama Game; Vanna White Fills In For Pat Sajak After Emergency Surgery; Impeachment Inquiry; Ukraine Scandal. Aired 8-9p ET
• Bloomberg Files To Run In 2020 Democratic Primary, Says Won't Compete In Early Primaries & Caucuses; Sanders Criticizes Bloomberg Decision To Skip Early Contests; Steve Bannon Testifies In Roger Stone Trial; Roger Stone Trial Judge Tells Jury Don't Watch "The Godfather"; Cindy McCain Tells David Axelrod Why She Did Not Have Trump At McCain Funeral; The Ukraine Scandal; Trying To Identify The Whistleblower. Aired 5-6p ET
• White House Officials Testify Quid Pro Quo Was Coordinated By Mulvaney; House Republicans Submit Impeachment Witness Requests; Donald Trump Called Gordon Sondland A "Great American," Now He Says He Hardly Knows The Gentleman; Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) Campaigning With Sen. Bernie Sanders In Iowa; Author Paints Damning Portrait Of Trump's White House; Public Impeachment Hearings Begin Wednesday; Mick Mulvaney Defies Subpoena And Refuses To Testify; Bolton Lawyers Say Client Has Relevant Information To Share; Thirty Years Since The Fall Of The Berlin Wall; Study: Most School Attackers Showed Warning Signs. Aired 12-1p ET


NEW DAY SATURDAY
• White House Officials Testify Quid Pro Quo Was Coordinated With Mulvaney; President Trump To Attend LSU-Alabama Game This Afternoon; Two White House Officials Describe "Blatant" Push For Politically- Motivated Probes From Trump; Trump Called Gordon Sondland A "Great American," Now He Says "I Hardly Know The Gentleman"; John Bolton's Lawyer Says He Has "Relevant" Information To Share; Bannon: Trump Campaign Saw Stone As Access Point To WikiLeaks; 30 Years Since The Berlin Wall Was Torn Down; Top Dem Candidates Visit Key Early Voting States This Weekend; Bloomberg Files In Alabama For Democratic Primary; Suspect Charged In Death Of Clark Atlanta University Student; Thirty Million People Under Freeze Warnings Across Eastern U.S. Aired 6-7a ET
• Two White House Officials Describe "Blatant" Push For Politically Motivated Probes From Trump; White House Officials Testify Quid Pro Quo Was Coordinated With Mulvaney; Williamson Lags Behind Dem Frontrunners In Fundraising; President Trump Heads To Alabama For College Football Showdown; Growing Outcry To Stop Texas Inmate's Execution; Restaurant Manager Sentenced For Enslaving, Abusing Black Employee; U.S. Company Falsely Advertised Chinese-Made Equipment To U.S. Gov. Aired 7-8a ET
• Two White House Officials Describe "Blatant" Push For Politically Motivated Probes From Trump; Mick Mulvaney Defies Subpoena And Refuses To Testify; Author Paints Damning Portrait Of Trump's White House; President Trump Slams Impeachment Probe; Facebook, YouTube, Ban Spread Of Alleged Whistleblower Name; Thirty Years Since The Berlin Wall Was Torn Down; Record-Breaking Cold Expected In The Coming Week; Trump Launching "Black Voices For Trump". Aired 8-9a ET


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