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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The comments from President Trump on former campaign manager Paul Manafort, whose bail was revoked for witness tampering, introduced. [TRUMP - says a lot of it is unfair: he worked for me for 49 days.] The actual time Manafort worked for Trump noted.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Washington: Sara Murray) The jailing of Manafort for reaching out to witnesses in his cases with Judge Amy Jackson deciding to jail him while he awaits trial discussed.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Trump's tweet defending Manafort quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's lawyers Jeffrey Toobin & Alan Dershowitz about Manafort. [TOOBIN - offers views on the dramatic courtroom scene for Manafort thus changing the complexion of this trial, defends the judge's judgment.] [DERSHOWITZ - offer views on signals from former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani about a possible pardon, how the jailing of Manafort undercuts justice: it is punitive & forcing him to cooperate, how a grand jury indictment is limited so Manafort should not be in prison.]
- Blitzer, Wolf;
- Murray, Sara
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