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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "New York Times" report that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein suggested recording President Trump & using the 25th Amendment against him after the firing of FBI director James Comey in May of 2017 examined; details given about acting FBI dir. Andrew McCabe's memos. [In live phone interview, "New York Times" reporter Adam GOLDMAN - offers views on working on this story for months after the firing of Comey. McCabe's memo abbot the two issues raised by Rosenstein about wearing a wire & talking about the 25th Amendment, how people did not want to talk about the seriousness of the issues.] Rosenstein's criticism of the facts of the "New York Times" story quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reaction of Representative Adam Schiff to the story introduced. [In earlier interview, SCHIFF - offers views on about how many wondered about the need to invoke the 25th Amendment, Democrats call for the release of transcripts from the Russian investigation followed by President Trump calling for the release of other classified documents, what might happen if Rosenstein were fired.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, David Gergen, Carl Bernstein & John Dean about the Rosenstein story. [BORGER, GERGEN, BERNSTEIN - offer views on Rosenstein's job security, how Trump attorneys don't want a constitutional crisis, whether Trump will believe the NYT story, how the big story is about taping the president to capture the White House disarray, how we are in a constitutional crisis wherein the Congress is dysfunctional at the time of midterm elections with little confidence in the president, how the press is doing its job.]
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