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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The developments in the Russia investigation with the "Washington Post" reporting special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller wants to interview President Trump introduced. [June 9, 2017, TRUMP - says he will speak to Mueller.] [Jan. 10, 2018, TRUMP - says no collusion, unlikely to have an interview.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Pamela Brown) Why Mueller's team wants to question Trump over the firing of FBI director James Comey & national security director Michael Flynn with a lot to still be worked out about an interview discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin & former US attorney Preet Bharara about Trump, Mueller & an interview of the president. [BHARARA, TOOBIN - offer views on the status of the investigation with the high-level person coming last because there will be no second chance, why the emphasis is not on collusion, which is not a crime, but Obstruction of justice is a crime, why an interview is better than written answers to questions, how the president is in a unique position, so there will be a fight, the Mueller interview with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a theory on why deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein has not recused himself, how Comey is the key witness in this case.]
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