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Trump / Cohen / FBI Raid / Haberman Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1123192

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 11, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The FBI raid on President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen that included the search for documents on the "Access Hollywood" tape & what special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's team is interested in, the reports on what White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly is seeing in the White House this week discussed; inset video of the tape shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A report from "New York Times" Maggie Haberman on the "Access Hollywood" tape. [HABERMAN - offers views on what the FBI may be looking for from the tape, which came out when WikiLeaks dumped the e-mails, the reaction of Trump to Mueller's role in the raid & tape, the questions about firing Mueller &/or deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein, Trump's view of Russia & the "collusion thing," the role of Hope Hicks & others in being able to calm Trump down.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's lawyer Alan Dershowitz & ethicist Norm Eisen about Trump. [DERSHOWITZ - offers views on the law & the "Access Hollywood" tape, what would have happened if this happened to Hillary Clinton.] [EISEN - offers views on the process of review before seizing Cohen documents: looking for patterns of illegal conduct; argues with Dershowitz.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:17:50

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