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Trump / Comey Book / A Discussion (Part II) #1123220

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 12, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The revelations from former FBI director James Comey in his new book "A Higher Loyalty" about President Trump introduced; book excerpt about White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Gloria Borger, former FBI agent Philip Mudd, Republican strategist Alice Stewart & "New York Times" Frank Bruni about the Comey book. [BRUNI, STEWART, MUDD, BORGER - offer views on Trump's behavior that tells tales about the White House, the Republican support for Trump regarding Comey, Comey's two objectives in the book: the facts & his views on Hillary Clinton & the president, his view of Trump's lack of humor, the context in which the book appears with a lot going on about Trump while we are dealing with Syria, North Korea & the special counsel.]

Cooper, Anderson

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