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Trump / Travel Ban / Law / A Discussion (Part II) #1106844

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 07, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Justice Department arguments before a panel of three judges in defense of President Trump's travel ban on immigrants that has been halted by the courts re-introduced; details given of the exchange between the three judges & the Justice Department attorney. Live discussion held with CNN's attorneys Page Pate, Laura Coates & Jeffrey Toobin, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Democrat Paul Begala, Florida International University law professor Elizabeth Foley & former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli about the travel ban legal case. [TOOBIN, COATES, CUCCINELLI, BEGALA, LORD - offer views on the legal issues before the court about presidential {executive branch} powers on an issue of national security, the polls on this policy.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:07:00

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