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CNN Evening News for Monday, May 08, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What former acting attorney general Sally Yates said at the Senate hearings about President Trump's travel ban. [In response to question from Senator John Cornyn, YATES - comments on her response to the president's executive order: it was unlawful.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The legal hearings on the travel ban introduced; audio of the exchanges between Judge King & Trump attorney Jeff Wall about the Muslim ban & Judge Shedd & ACLu attorney Omar Jadwat† about Trump material that can be examined played.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Virginia attorney general Kenneth Cuccinelli & CNN legal analysts Laura Coates & Jeffrey Toobin about Yates & the travel ban. [TOOBIN, CUCCINELLI, COATES - offer views on the law now & what could happen before the Supreme Court handling the national security issue, the standards used by Yates, executive orders & the law, what Yates said in the hearings today about the first travel ban.]

Cooper, Anderson

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