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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Senator Richard Blumenthal just said introduced. [BLUMENTHAL - says the "New York Times" reporting indicates the building of a case about White House efforts to shut down the investigation via Attorney General Jeff Sessions.] Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Ben-Veniste, John Dean & Carl Bernstein about obstruction of justice. [BERNSTEIN, DEAN, BEN-VENISTE - offer views on whether this could be an obstruction of justice case with many doubting President Trump's mental stability, how Steve Bannon tried to talk Trump out of Justice Department firings, how we could be months behind where special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller is in his investigation, the president's concern his counsel will be involved in the investigation into effoRTS to keep Sessions from recusing himself, the legality of obstruction of justice where Trump has attempted to coverup all things Russian, comparisons to Watergate, President Richard Nixon & that coverup.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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