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Trump / Sessions, Comey / A Discussion (Part I) #1111451

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 06, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reports President Trump's Attorney General Jeff Sessions has offered to resign introduced. [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - repeats he has not discussed Sessions with the president.] [By phone, "New York Times" Maggie HABERMAN†- explains Sessions' frustration with their relationship & Trump's frustration with his staff & Sessions' recusal decision & the travel ban issue & FBI director James Comey's concerns about the president.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Sara Murray) The Trump-Sessions relationship since the recusal incident, the ongoing Russian investigation leading to the president's anger, what he said about Jared Kushner's fame discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New Yorker"'s Ryan Lizza, "The Atlantic"'s Molly Ball, conservative Matt Lewis, Gloria Borger, former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli & University of Texas law professor Steve Vladeck about Trump, Comey & Sessions. [LIZZA, BALL, LEWIS, BORGER, CUCCINELLI, VLADECK - offer views on the relationship between Sessions & Trump, the issue of loyalty to Trump with Trump "badmouthing" staffers, the necessary independent role for the attorney general, Trump wanting to control the investigation into Russia.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Murray, Sara
Duration:
00:14:00

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