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Trump / Daniels Story / The Money / Avenatti Interview / Legal Discussion (Part IVI) #1121850

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 09, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Keeping Them Honest" report about President Trump & the porn actress Stormy Daniels {Stephanie Clifford} story with hush money paid continued; Trump lawyer Michael Cohen e-mails quoted; past legal cases cited/quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos & lawyer Asha Rangappa as well as Daniel's lawyer Michael Avenatti. [GERAGOS - offers views on the Daniels arbitration agreement; speculates about paying for a client.] [RANGAPPA - offers views on the bank's suspicious activity report {SAR} in this case: that the contract may not be valid so she is free to talk.] [AVENATTI - outlines the legal options to find out what the president knew & when he knew it, how they {Trump/Cohen} want to do it in private rather than public court; makes promises about deposing President Trump.]
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