CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 03, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Washington state attorney general Bob Ferguson about the TRO; inset videos shown of the protests against the ban from several cities. [Voice of FERGUSON - says we were granted a temporary restraining order against the ban; lists the constitutional arguments against the executive order, including the harm that might happen to businesses; explains how this move is not about politics, but the rule of the law; explains that the order was put together: it was keystone cops issued without consultation; responds to questions from CNN's attorneys Danny Cevallos & Paul Callan & David Gergen about the judge's ruling; recounts his personal reactions to the court ruling.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The coming reaction form Trump's administration to the ruling on the controversial executive order that would allow people to fly to the US after the confusion about the rollout of the order discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's legal team Jeffrey Toobin, Laura Coates, Danny Cevallos, Paul Callan & David Gergen & Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe, "New York Times" Maggie Haberman & Ron Brownstein about the Washington state legal ruling about the Trump travel ban. [By phone, TOOBIN, TRIBE; COATES, CEVALLOS, CALLAN, BROWNSTEIN, GERGEN, HABERMAN - offer views on similar federal court rulings, what this ruling means for people waiting at airports with visas, what could be the next legal moves & how fast things could move, how the administration could redraft this order, how Trump might respond.]
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