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Trump / Russian Connection / Haberman's Story / Mueller Firing / A Discussion (Part II) #1120259

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 25, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman, Gloria Borger, Michael Zeldin & Dana Bash about breaking news that President Trump in June wanted to fire special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller. [BORGER, HABERMAN, ZELDIN, BASH - offer views on what White House lawyer Ty Cobb is saying, that other lawyers were not on board with the move while the New York lawyers were, the three issues for wanting to fire Mueller, including a dispute over golf fees, the legal issues were Mueller fired: obstructionist behavior, advisers' concerns about him speaking to the Mueller team in an interview, how Trump says one thing & the aides say that is just how he talks, which won't work in an investigation, what the reaction would have been if Mueller were to have been fired.] Other material: [In response to questions from Judy Woodruff last June, NewsMax CEO Chris RUDDY - says Trump is considering terminating Mueller.]
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