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Trump / Cohen, Rosenstein, Mueller / A Discussion (Part I) #1123166

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 10, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Gloria Borger) Reports President Trump is considering firing deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein after the Michael Cohen FBI raid thus putting more pressure on special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller, the questions raised by the Cohen search into the matter of the two women & his personal finances discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Phone report from "New York Times" Maggie Haberman on Trump wanting to fire Mueller in December. [HABERMAN - offers views on Trump's reaction to the Cohen raid, Mueller's early investigation of Trump's finances thus angering Trump about "crossing a red line," the issue of firing Rosenstein amid a sense of uncertainty.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, former FBI agent Josh Campbell & Carl Bernstein about Trump. [TOOBIN, BERNSTEIN, CAMPBELL - offer views on the "red line" invention of Trump, but Rosenstein did the right thing, how sensitive Trump is about any investigation of his finances, how we are in a constitutional crisis with the president trying to avoid legitimate investigation, Trump's options in trying to control the special counsel investigation, what would happen to the investigation if Mueller were fired, whether Trump will shut down the investigation.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Borger, Gloria
Duration:
00:17:40

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