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Trump & Rosenstein / "New York Times" Story / A Discussion (Part II) #1130460

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 21, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Springfield, Missouri: Kaitlan Collins) The reaction of President Trump to the "New York Times" report that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein suggested recording Trump & using the 25th Amendment against him after the firing of FBI director James Comey in May of 2017 discussed; scenes shown of Trump speaking in Springfield, Missouri. [TRUMP - says the FBI is all gone: a lingering stench.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Gloria Borger, David Gergen, Carl Bernstein & John Dean about the Rosenstein story. [DEAN, BORGER, GERGEN, BERNSTEIN - offer views on whether Rosenstein will be removed because this was at the time of the Comey firing, how the wire issue is not unprecedented, whether anyone is safe at the Justice Department: no one is safe with Attorney General Jeff Sessions likely gone after the elections, how Trump could take action against special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller if he fired Rosenstein, the idea of organizing against the president, the need to know the context behind the NYT story: it is all about Mueller's investigation. whether there could be a meeting about what Rosenstein said.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Collins, Kaitlan

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