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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 10, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The suggestions from President Trump that there may be no need for him to be interviewed by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller because there is no collusion re-introduced. [In June, TRUMP - says he would be open to meeting.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Trump White House lawyer Jim Schultz, former White House ethics czar Norm Eisen & legal analyst Carrie Cordero about an interview. [SCHULTZ - offer views on why Trump is pulling back about being interviewed: that there will a negotiation, on White House lawyer Don McGahn, who is a stabilizing force, that Trump wants to get back to work.] [EISEN - offers views on how Trump is playing "bad cop," but he can be subpoenaed for an interview because there is evidence of obstruction of which there is a pattern so Mueller needs to question him to determine obstruction.] [CORDERO - offer views on the details of an interview with the special counsel deciding if an interview is needed, the issue of legal exposure in the investigation.]

Cooper, Anderson

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