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Trump / Russian Connection / Family Business / Haberman Report / A Discussion #1122030

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 15, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "New York Times" report on the subpoenas from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller for Trump family business dealings with Russia introduced. [July 19, 2017, for "New York Times" reporters Michael Schmidt & Maggie Haberman, TRUMP - says it would be a red line.] [By phone, HABERMAN - says this may be the first subpoena related to the Russia probe indicating the Trump business will be looked at, that there could be more of an administration shakeup: perhaps HUD Secretary Ben Carson, V.A. head David Shulkin, White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly, national security advisor H.R. McMaster.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, attorney Anne Milgram & Carl Bernstein about the Mueller investigation. [TOOBIN, MILGRAM, BERNSTEIN - offer views on the mystery over why President Trump has a fondness for Russian President Vladimir Putin, why there is a subpoena for documents, Mueller's focus on Trump's dealing with Russians & ethno-Russians & the Trump Tower in Moscow project, Trump's long attempts to build in Russia since 1987, the number of documents the special counsel may have in this white collar investigation.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:14:00

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