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McDougal Interview / A Discussion #1122246

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 22, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Dana Bash, CNN's David Gergen, Kirsten Powers, Mark Jennings, former Trump lawyer James Schultz, Jennifer Granholm & Mark Geragos about the McDougal interview. [GERAGOS, GRANHOLM, BASH, POWERS, SCHULTZ, JENNINGS, GERGEN - offer views on the inexplicable/perplexing nature of her lawsuit, her credibility in describing the affair, how it was a compelling interview: she was relatable, how this also happened with President Bill Clinton lying about an affair, the questions about her end game, the timing of the payoff, her affection for Trump, how there is no political impact on Trump, JFK's affairs, how this story is demeaning for the US, again, questions about why she did this interview, the role of women voters in the 2018 election.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Statements from AMI about McDougal, attorney Keith Davison & the White House denial of the affair quoted.

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