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Manafort Trial / A Discussion #1128864

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 17, 2018
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) [President TRUMP - calls this a sad day for the country; says he does not talk about pardons.] [Manafort ATTORNEY - responds to Trump's support.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto, Sara Murray) The jury deliberations in the Manafort trial & whether Trump could sway the jury decision since they are not sequestered, the coming third day of deliberations discussed.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's Jennifer Rodgers & Renato Mariotti about the trial. [RODGERS - offers views on whether Trump's comments could affect the jury, on the pardon issue.] [MARIOTTI - offers views on the ethics of an attorney making comments in an ongoing trial, how the length of deliberations is not a factor yet in the verdict.]

Sciutto, Jim;
Sara, Jim Sciutto,

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