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The United States has just passed 500,000 deaths from Coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

CNN announced this special, hosted by Jake Tapper, to air later tonight:




There was a segment on CNN Newsroom with John Vause yesterday morning remembering the 500,000 that lost their lives. Another sign that CNNI has become an international station for American viewers. Here we have a program that is broadcast around the world (but not in the US) and no mention of the 2 million others that have passed. Guess they don't warrant a mention because they weren't American.


Regardless of the fact the presser is explicit about the program marking '500k lost American lives' - I think we can most certainly call this a monumental editorial fXXX up. Would have been something to have given some time to the ROW numbers as the US passed that mark.
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CNNI [...] a program that is broadcast around the world (but not in the US)

That is not really true, sorry.
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The United States has just passed 500,000 deaths from Coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

CNN announced this special, hosted by Jake Tapper, to air later tonight:




There was a segment on CNN Newsroom with John Vause yesterday morning remembering the 500,000 that lost their lives. Another sign that CNNI has become an international station for American viewers. Here we have a program that is broadcast around the world (but not in the US) and no mention of the 2 million others that have passed. Guess they don't warrant a mention because they weren't American.


Regardless of the fact the presser is explicit about the program marking '500k lost American lives' - I think we can most certainly call this a monumental editorial fXXX up. Would have been something to have given some time to the ROW numbers as the US passed that mark.

The program did not say anything like "deaths only in the US, no deaths around the world." It was a NATIONAL Memorial Service.
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