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Trump / Memos, Russian Connection / Zeldin Interview / Trump Testimony / A Discussion (Part I) #1120685

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 05, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Lee Zeldin of the House Foreign Affairs Committee about President Trump, the memos & the Russia investigation. [ZELDIn - offers views on Representative Adam Schiff's memo, which will need to be reacted, the Nunes memo & whether there was coordination with the White House, Schiff's talking points, the "New York Times" story on Trump being urged by his lawyers not to testify with special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller because it could be a trap.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman, Carl Bernstein, Jeffrey Toobin & attorney Anne Milgram about Trump talking to Mueller. [Jan. 24, voice of TRUMP - says he is looking forward to talking to Mueller under oath.] [HABERMAN, TOOBIN, MILGRAM, BERNSTEIN - offers views on a divide within Trump's legal team about the dangers of him testifying, the precedent of the Paula Jones case in making the president testify, what actions Mueller might take to get to interview the president, how Trump is determined to make the Mueller investigation go away.]

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