What did the mayor say? Things go like this:
On April 22, local time, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper interviewed interviewee Lorraine Goodman, the mayor of Las Vegas, Nevada, on a new program about the new pneumonia epidemic Discuss issues such as open cities.
"Capitol Hill" reported that Goodman emphasized in the program that it should actively promote the reopening of the city's casinos and hotels. But throughout the interview, anchor Cooper questioned Goodman's position on the full reopening of the casino, noting that it may hurt the employees who work in the casino the most.
To this end, Cooper also mentioned a study conducted by Chinese researchers, which showed how a new coronavirus aggregate infection occurred in a restaurant in China. Fox News said Cooper tried to use this study to illustrate the dangers of the new coronavirus.
However, the video shows that when Cooper talked about the research and the content appeared in the picture, Goodman suddenly smiled and interjected: "Oh, you are very good. Anderson, you are really stubborn." Fox News reported that Goodman He said mockingly, "This is not China. This is Las Vegas, Nevada."
"Wow," Cooper was a little surprised to hear this: "Well, this is really ignorant."
"Is this ignorant?" Goodman asked Cooper in disregard of Cooper's next introduction. Cooper continued to explain the research content, but was interrupted by Goodman many times. In the following interview, the conversation between the two seemed to be unspecified.
"Capitol Hill" also reported that Goodman also told Cooper in an interview, "You are talking about disease. I am talking about life and livelihood issues." But Cooper said that this sentence "nothing reason".
As soon as the program came out, Goodman's remarks soon sparked a discussion on Twitter, and many people expressed dissatisfaction with his remarks.