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Trump & Cohen / Russian Connection / Haberman Interview / A Discussion #1130285

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 20, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) ABC News & "New York Times" reports that Trump fixer Michael Cohen sat down with special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller for hours of interviews introduced. [By phone, "New York Times" reporter Maggie HABERMAN - offers views on the wide-ranging questioning of Cohen with the issue being does Mueller find it valuable, how this is not a shock to President Trump, Trump's treatment of Cohen with his one-way loyalty.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Preet Bharara) The three areas of infirmation from Cohen about Trump, how Mueller has gotten everybody, the pardon issue, how questions are asked to cover the bases with the witness discussed.

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