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Trump / Mueller Investigation / Starr Interview #1129890

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 11, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Donald Trump, Jr., said about the investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller introduced. [On ""Good Morning America," TRUMP, Jr. - says he is not worried about going to jail, but they may create something & will do anything to get my father.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Ken Starr, who led the probe into President Bill Clinton. ["Contempt: A memoir of the Clinton Investigation" author STARR - offers views on the investigation by Mueller, who is an honorable guy, on political & legal aspects on such an investigation, whether Trump's complaints could demoralize the Mueller team, how the jurors followed the evidence in the Clinton case, whether there is a "perjury trap," why they subpoenaed Clinton, how Trump should not be criticizing the attorney general & the Justice Department.]

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