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Musk to lift Twitter bans, Idaho suspect found, Biden calls for weapon ban
CNN This Morning
Nov 25, 2022

Elon Musk says banned Twitter accounts will be restored next week, after the tech mogul conducted his own poll on Twitter. The panel discusses the messaging, influence, and consequences linked to the social media platform. Moscow, Idaho is on edge after a yet to be named suspect is found in the University of Idaho student killings. CNN Correspondent Stephanie Elam reports on the latest in the investigation. Biden renews call for an assault weapons ban after the Colorado and Virginia mass shootings this month, but CNN Correspondent Jeremy Diamond tells host Don Lemon how the Democrats are struggling to find the votes to make changes.

New images from NASA’s Artemis 1 shows close ups of the moon’s surface in stunning detail. Physics Professor Brian Greene joins to discuss the biggest stress test the mission is facing so far. CNN Senior International Correspondent Sam Kiley reports on Russian strikes falling near to Zaporizhzia, home to a massive nuclear power plant. Plus, the NATO Secretary General tells host Kaitlan Collins that Putin is trying to “Weaponize winter”, the EU Parliament declares Russia a “State sponsor of terrorism” and the Coast Guard rescues a man who went overboard on a carnival cruise ship after he treaded water for 12-hours.

Hosted by Don Lemon and Kaitlan Collins.