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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live, sometimes contentious, discussion held with CNN's Van Jones, Rick Santorum, Jennifer Granholm, David Urban, John King, Gloria Borger, David Axelrod & Nia-Malika Henderson about President Trump testifying with special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller, the FBI memo, Trump's speech tonight. [URBAN, SANTORUM, JONES, GRANHOLM, KING, BORGER, AXELROD, HENDERSON - offer views on whether Trump should testify with legal & political cases to be considered, how he could answer on paper, the testimony from President Bill Clinton, the political reaction of the country if he does not testify, the Ted Stevens case, Republican criticism of the FBI, the Nunes FBI memo, its impact on the new FBI director Christopher Wray, the unprecedented actions by the House Intelligence Committee, what the president needs to do in his speech tonight, how he does not acknowledge the angst among half the country, the significance of the tax cut, bickering about the economy, whether he can be trusted, the "faction fight" inside the White House, the Congressional Black Caucus, the behavior at the address tonight, how everyone will likely be weil behaved tonight, the prospects of another government shutdown, the many issues, what he will talk about.] Note: at 7:45, Trump shown leaving by car from the White House for Capitol Hill & later people arriving for the speech.
- Cooper, Anderson
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