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(Houston: Anderson Cooper) A "New York Times" report a draft letter written by President Trump about firing FBI director James Comey & a report Trump aide Steve Schiller is leaving the White House due to financial reasons introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's Dana Bash, David Gergen & law professor Jonathan Turley. [BASH, TURLEY, GERGEN - offer views on the special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation of the Trump Comey letter, the legal implications of this lawyer draft letter & whether it indicates obstruction, how this is evidence of "lawyering" by the White House counsel Don McGahn, the role of Stephen Miller in supporting the firing of Comey with Miller likely to be subpoenaed, the reports Aide Schiller is leaving.]
(Houston: Anderson Cooper) The questions about President Trump's promise to donate a million dollars to hurricane relief & what White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said about the donation introduced. [BASH - offer views on the history of Trump past donations.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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