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Supreme Court / Kavanaugh Nomination / The Senate Hearings / Ramirez Attorney Interview / A Discussion (Part III) #1130473

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 27, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The exchange at today's Senate hearings between Senator Dianne Feinstein & Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh introduced. [In response to her question, KAVANAUGH - says the allegations from Ford, Ramirez & Swetniick are wrong: the Swetnick thing is a joke.] Live interview held with Deborah Ramirez attorney John Clune about her allegations against Kavanaugh. [CLUNE - offers views on what Kavanaugh said, that Ramirez's position is she wants an FBI investigation, the e-mail exchanges with the committee & Ramirez about evidence, how she has little hope for an investigation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Kirsten Powers, Jeffrey Toobin, Dana Bash, former RNC chairman Mike Shields, Symone Sanders & Gloria Borger about the politics of the hearings. [SANDERS, SHIELDS, TOOBIN, POWERS - offer views on how unhinged & angry Kavanaugh was in the hearings today & his small lies, the question as to who is the real Kavanaugh, how this is a "job interview," not a trial.]

Cooper, Anderson

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