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Trump / Daniels Interview (Part II) / The Issues #1122436

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 26, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issues raised in the "60 Minutes" interview continued with Stormy Daniels about her relationship with Donald Trump. [DANIELS - says she cannot reveal whether she has documents; states she signed the agreement after being bullied: I have no reason to lie.] [Daniels attorney Michael AVENATTI - explains taking on Trump for a credible client.] [Former FEC chainman Trevor POTTER - says special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller could investigate the Daniels payout as well as Paul Manafort & Michael Cohen & their involvement in Trump activities with the Russians; comments on the John Edwards case.] The Daniels statement in December denying an affair with Trump quoted. [AVENATTI - says let the Trump people come forward with an alternative version of the facts.]
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Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:06:30

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