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CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 24, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Gloria Borger) The background to a possible January date for President Trump to be interviewed by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller with the Trump legal team debating the issue with John Dowd sending a letter to Mueller opposing an interview despite Trump talking about doing an interview, then a later March meeting of the Mueller & Trump teams discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John Dean & lawyer Carrie Cordero about a Trump-Mueller interview. [CORDERO, DEAN - offer views on the negotiations & legal strategies, how Trump is on all sides at different times & it will be resolved by the threat of a subpoena, how Trump could be in more trouble the longer this plays out, the argument for restrictions about what can be asked, the president's use of the term "Spygate": it is just smoke.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Borger, Gloria

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