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Trump / Cohen / Rothfeld Interview / A Discussion #1123459

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 18, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Wall Street Journal" story that JaY Goldberg, a former attorney for President Trump, warned him lawyer Michael Cohen would "flip" on the president if faced with criminal charges introduced. [By phone, "Wall Street Journal" reporter Michael ROTHFELD - offers views on what Goldberg told Trump about Cohen, Trump's response, the Goldberg motivation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, David Chalian & "New York Times" Julie Hirshfeld Davis about Trump, Cohen & Goldberg. [BORGER, CHALIAN, DAVIS - offer views on the Trump-Goldberg relationship, what Goldberg said to the president about Cohen, the past Trump-Cohen relationship & whether it will change, the Goldberg advice to the president, the issue of pardons, the president's motivation in seeking advice, the question of who kept Cohen from working in the White House.]

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