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CNN Transcripts for June 14, 2022

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Anderson Cooper 360 Degrees


Amanpour


At This Hour


The Global Brief with Bianca Nobilo


The Lead with Jake Tapper


Don Lemon Tonight


CNN Newsroom
• Mohamed El-Erian is Interviewed about the Economy; Biden to Visit Saudi Arabia; Trump's Inner Circle Told Him He Lost; Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) is Interviewed about January 6th Investigation. Aired 9:00-9:30a ET
• Republican Candidates Pushing False Claims; Mark Sanford is Interviewed about the South Carolina Races; Senators Hope for Bipartisan Gun Reform Text; Unprecedented Flooding in Yellowstone. Aired 9:30-10a
• Biden Speaks in Philadelphia Today as Inflation Soars, Economy Struggles; January 6 Committee Postpones Third Public Hearing to Thursday; Dow Makes Modest Gains After Plunging Nearly 900 Points. Aired 10-10:30a ET
• Trevor Reed Files Petition With U.N. to Hold Russia Accountable; Russia in Control of Severodonetsk As War Rages On; Heard Says, I Stand By Accusations Against Johnny Depp. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Interview With Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA); Stocks Fall, Prices Rise. Aired 1-1:30p ET
• Voters Hitting Polls in 5 States for Primaries, Special Election; Scientists Find MRNA Vaccines Show Promise for Treating Cancer; More Than 100M People Under Heat Alerts in Eastern U.S.; Flooding Causes Major Damage at Yellowstone National Park. Aired 1:30- 2p ET
• Interview With Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales; Inflation Rising. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Voters In Four States Head To Polls For Primaries & Two SC Races Test Trump Endorsement; Extreme Weather Prompts Heat Warnings, Floods Across U.S.; McConnell Indicates He's Yes On Gun Package If Legislative Language Reflects The Framework; Ohio Governor Signs Bill Allowing Armed School Employees. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Key Inflation Measure Slows Slightly, Remains Uncomfortably High; Biden To Visit Saudi Arabia, After Previously Calling Kingdom A "Pariah"; Hunter Biden's Ex: Hunter Had Financial Control; Committee Members At Odds Potential Criminal Referral To DOJ. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Bill Barr Becomes Committee's Unlike Star Witness in Second Hearing; Interview with Rep. Jason Crow (D-CO); Committee Members at Odds Over Potential Criminal Referral to DOJ; Interview with Robert Jordon, Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia: Biden Will Meet with Saudi Crown Prince; Police Identify Armed Man Killed During Summer Camp Shooting. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• Ukraine Pleads For More Weapons As Russia Advances In East; William Barr Testifies Donald Trump Was "Detached From Reality"; U.K. Introduces Bill To Ditch Parts Of E.U.-Brexit Deal; Some Displaced Ukrainians Return to Homes on the Front Lines; Putin Cites Czar Peter the Great as Justification for War; Video of Women Being Attacked Sparks Outrage in China. Aired 12-1a ET
• Russia Controls Most Of Severodonetsk; Amnesty Accuses Russia Of "War Crimes" In Kharkiv; Wikipedia Fights Russian Order To Remove Ukraine War Information; Trump Blasts U.S. Capitol Riot Hearings; Trump Scammed Supporters Out of $250 Million for Nonexistent Fraud Fund; U.K. Introduces Bill to Ditch Parts of E.U.-Brexit Deal; Protests against U.K. Plan to Deport Asylum-Seekers to Rwanda; Brazilian Indigenous Agency Workers Go on Strike; Video of Women Being Attacked Sparts Outrage in China; Google Rejects Claims Its AI Program has Become Sentient. Aired 1-2a ET
• Ukraine: Russian Forces Control Center Of Severodonetsk; Panel To Focus Next On Trump's Pressure Campaign; Barr Testifies Trump Was Detached From Reality; Asia Stock Market Drops; Violence Against Women; Lingering Threat; Flooding in Yellowstone; Severe Weather; Gun Violence in America; Interview with White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre; Biden Plans for Reelection on 2024; 2024 Election Outlook; American Economy. Aired 2-3a ET
• Ukraine with Slim Chance to Retake Severodonetsk; Ukraine Losing More Troops; Team Normal Believed Trump Lost the Election; Recession is Getting More Palpable; Asylum Seekers Not Giving Up. Aired 3-4a ET
• Panel Ties Trump's Stolen Election Lies to Capitol Trump Raised $250 Million from Voter Fraud Lies; Global Markets Mixed After Wall Street Sell-Off; U.S. Senators Reach Bipartisan Deal on Gun Safety; White House Faces Questions on Whether Biden Will Seek Reelection; Potential Biden Trip to Saudi Arabia Sparks Controversy. Aired 4-4:30a ET
• Russian airpower and Artillery Propel gains in East; Ukraine Pleads for more Weapons as Russia Advances in East; U.K. Poised to Deport Migrants to Rwanda in Controversial Plan; Nevada Voters to Pick Candidates for Critical Senate Race; Tight Race for South Caroline Republicans Who Opposed Trump; Probe Can't Substantiate Claim that Florida Doctored Data. Aired 4:30-5a ET
• CNN INTERNATIONAL: Russia Calls On Ukrainian Troops In Severodonetsk To Surrender; U.K. Poised To Fly Asylum Seekers To Rwanda; Historic Flooding Shuts Down Yellowstone National Park; Russia's War On Ukraine; Joe Biden To Visit Saudi Arabia; COVID-19 Vaccine Company Working On Cancer Treatment; Heat Waves In U.S. And Europe. Aired 2-3p ET


Connect the World


Erin Burnett Outfront


Early Start with John Berman and Zoraida Sambolin


First Move with Julia Chatterley


Inside Politics


New Day
• January 6th Committee: Trump Bilked Supporters of $250M for Bogus Fund; Barr Testifies Trump 'Detached from Reality'; Committee Floats Fundraising Fraud as Potential Trump Case; Stocks Enter Bear Market on Fears of Drastic Rate Hikes. Aired 6-6:30a ET
• Former Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt testifies before House Select Committee over threats from former President Trump; More than 100 million in central and east U.S. under extreme heat warnings; Yellowstone River at highest level in more than 100 years; New study shows Ivermectin not useful for treating COVID; January 6 committee accusing Donald Trump of bilking supporters out of $250 million. Aired 6:30-7a ET
• Committee Floats Fundraising Fraud as Potential Trump Crime; Georgia Investigators Seek Testimony From Ex-Kanye West Publicist; Ohio Governor Signs Bill Arming Teachers After Only 24 Hours of Training. Aired 7-7:30a ET
• Primaries Today In ME, ND, NV, Supreme Court, And Special Election In Tx; Scientists Find Potential For MRNA Vaccines To Treat Cancer; Trevor Reed Joins New Day After Filing Petition With U.N. On Russia. Aired 7:30-8a ET
• President Biden to Visit Saudi Arabia and Possibly Meet with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman Despite His Campaign Promises to Make Saudi Arabia a Pariah State for Murder of Jamal Khashoggi; House January 6th Select Committee Airs Testimony from Former Trump Administration Officials Criticizing President Trump's Beliefs about 2020 Election being Stolen. Aired 8-8:30a ET
• John Kirby is Interviewed about Biden Meeting with MBS; Bob Costas is Interviewed about Mickelson in Saudi League; Suze Orman is Interviewed about Navigating the Economy. Aired 8:30-9a ET


Quest Means Business


CNN Live Event/Special


The Situation Room