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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The breaking news on the Stormy Daniels lawsuit introduced. [Yesterday, Daniels attorney Michael AVENATTI - says six other women have similar stories about Trump.] Live discussion held with CNN's criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos & lawyer Laura Coates about the Daniels legal case; many inset Daniels photos shown. [From Los Angeles, GERAGOS - offers views on why the Trump team wants to move the case to a federal court, how Avenatti might contest a move, the need to vet the other claimants, whether they may be trying to stop the "60 Minutes" interview with Daniels.] [From Washington, COATES - offers views on the legal issues about the contract.] Other material: a statement just in from Avenatti abbot efforts to move the case quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How the "60 Minutes" interview done by Cooper is scheduled for March 25 noted.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The silence from First Lady Melania Trump about a Daniels affair with her husband examined; details given about her specific actions without being at the president's side; various Mealnia scenes shown. [Oct. 2016, Melania TRUMP - comments on the "Access Hollywood" tape; believes her husband, not the other women.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Kaye, Randi
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