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GOP civil war, Beckham Qatar backlash, new Uvalde evidence
CNN This Morning
Nov 15, 2022

A GOP civil war erupts in the aftermath of the midterms as the House and Senate votes on leaders and Democrat Katie Hobbs defeats Republican election denier Kari Lake in the Arizona Governors’ race. David Beckham faces criticism from the LGBTQ community after signing a reported $11.7 million deal with Qatar to be their ambassador during the FIFA World Cup. CNN’s Shimon Prokupecz has been covering the Uvalde massacre. He joins to report on the audio that proves Uvalde’s acting police chief was told of kids trapped in the class with the gunman, and the reactions of the victim’s families.

After Russia’s exit from Kherson, CNN Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward tells CNN This Morning about the state of the war as winter begins in Ukraine. CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans joins to discuss the celebrities caught up in the collapse of crypto exchange FTX. Plus, Kevin McCarthy is poised to lead the House despite a far-right revolt, Russia delayed its Kherson exit until after the midterms to hurt Biden, singer Roberta Flack can no longer sing after her ALS diagnosis, and Christina Applegate makes her first appearance since being diagnosed with MS.

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