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Trump / McCabe, Mueller / Himes Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1122139

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 19, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Keeping Them Honest" look at President Trump's recent activities undermining US institutions with the view the system is rigged introduced; Trump's Friday & Saturday night tweets on the firing of FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe & on special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation quoted. [Dec. 19, 2017, TRUMP - says we will rebuild the FBI: a sad thing to watch.] [Jan. 21, attorney Joseph diGENOVA†- says they tried to frame Trump with a false Russian conspiracy.] [Three times, TRUMP - says the process is rigged.] [July 2017, TRUMP - criticizes Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself.] The question of whether Trump will fire Mueller raised. [Voice of White House deputy press secretary Hogan GIDLEY†- says there are no discussions about removing Mueller; there is no collusion.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Democratic Representative Jim Himes about Trump & Mueller. [HIMES - offers views on the possible firing of Mueller, Trump's pattern of looking for people who support his positions, the status of the House Intelligence Committee report soon to be released with a partisan vote.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John Dean, Gloria Borger & Carl Bernstein about Trump. [BORGER, BERNSTEIN, DEAN - offer views on what the Mueller team wants to know about, the addition of diGenova to the legal team, how Trump wants to shut down the Investigation for the survival of his presidency, Trump's public obstruction of justice beyond what President Nixon did behind closed doors, that Trump has presided over a coverup.]

Cooper, Anderson

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