How do I use in-text citations when many sources are almost identical for MLA format?

On a paper for a government class, I'm citing many interviews with Xavier Becerra that were done by Neil Cavuto on Fox News. I found the interviews on an online database, and the citations look almost identical. The only differences are the date on which each interview was created. While doing in-text citations, how do I differentiate between the different sources?

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  • 9 years ago
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    if you are using the fox source but he got it from somewhere use the fox one for in-text cause date doesn't matter until bibliography i thought... then you could cite both

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