CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 17, 2018
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(Washington: Gloria Borger) An inside look at the Mueller investigation presented; details given about how the Russia investigation startED off things when Trump adviser George Papadopoulos WAS in a London bar, then Rick Gates did business with the Russians & worked with campaign chairman Paul Manafort, the role of national security director Michael Flynn in lying about Russian contacts, the Trump Tower meeting, the indictment of Russians, the roles of Roger Stone, WikiLeaks Julian Assange, Carter Page, Michael Cohen, the Trump family'S Jared Kushner. [MAN - says the Mueller investigation knows more about what happened than anyone does.] [Former prosecutor Michael ZELDIN - notes what Trump would risk in an interview; says obstruction started with what Trump asked FBI director James Comey, says we are "piloting the Titanic."] [Former FBI agent Philip MUDD- outlines FBI questioning; predicts the people will be frustrated because Trump won't go public.]
(Studio: John Berman) What Giuliani said about how Trump interview practice sessions would work noted. Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, David Gergen, Carl Bernstein & Jeffrey Toobin about Trump & the investigation. [BORGER, TOOBIN, BERNSTEIN, GERGEN - offer views on the issue of Trump giving an interview as per Giuliani's "show" today, the FBI spy rumor, how Watergate was about a criminal president, Richard Nixon, the people's growing belief the probe is a withchunt, how the White House/allies are driving the story on the investigation: a propaganda war while Mueller remains silent in a professional operation.]
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