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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at when is a crime a crime in light of President Trump being implicated yesterday by his former attorney Michael Cohen introduced; Trump tweets about Cohen quoted; details given about Cohen's payoffs to Stormy Daniels & Karen McDougal. [On Fox, TRUMP - says later he knew about the payments that did not come from the campaign & President Obama had a massive campaign violation.] The facts behind Trump's statements noted. The Cohen recording about with Trump about the payoff setup played. What White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said about the Cohen case introduced. [Several times, SANDERS - says he did nothing wrong & it has been addressed: there is no collusion.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Kaitlan Collins) Sanders' answers about Cohen implicating Trump in a crime, the dark mood in the White House due to the Cohen matter discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Cohen attorney Lanny Davis. [DAVIS - offers views on the pushback from Trump about Cohen being a liar, Cohen's past lies to David Schwartz, learning from Cohen that he believed Trump is a danger to the country & how he believes Cohen now, what Cohen has said about the Trump Tower meeting, what Cohen could say to the special counsel about the Clinton e-mail issue, on the hush money payments, Cohen's link to a tech services company involved in the Trump campaign.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Collins, Kaitlan
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