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Trump / Russian Connection / Dawsey Report / A Discussion (Part II) #1124081

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 01, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Washington Post" story that special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller met with President Trump's lawyers in March introduced. ["Washington Post" reporter Josh DAWSEY†- offers views on the special counsel raising the idea of a subpoena {for President Trump}, the genesis of the list of questions written by Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow after talking to Mueller.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's lawyers Alan Dershowitz & Jeffrey Toobin about the questions from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller. [DERSHOWITZ - offers views on how we are heading to a subpoena leading to a grand jury with some limits on the questioning.] [TOOBIN - offers views on a subpoena coming, but Mueller will be allowed to ask about motive with the president likely to take the Fifth Amendment.] [DERSHOWITZ, TOOBIN - debate immunity & the Fifth Amendment.]

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