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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Evan Perez) The status of the deal between former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort & special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller with the likelihood Manafort lied since he made his plea deal in September discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, David Gergen, John Dean & Anne Milgram about Manafort. [TOOBIN, DEAN, GERGEN, MILGRAM - offer views on how stupid Manafort is to blow the deal by lying & it makes so sense, that Manafort may be trying to hide something rather than being stupid: other crimes or something to do with President Trump, a view that this is good for Trump since Manafort is a useless witness so this is a setback to the prosecutors, how Manafort may be waiting for a pardon or a sentence commutation, that Mueller may throw the book at Manafort in sentencing, Manafort's legal options before sentencing, the likely skepticism about Manafort held by the prosecutors, the questions about how Mueller knows Manafort is lying.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Perez, Evan
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