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Russian Connection / Cohen & Trump / A Discussion (Part II) #1132460

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on CNN reports that President Trump's fixer Michael Cohen believed he would get a pardon if he protected the president introduced. [April 9, TRUMP - reacts to the raid by the FBI on Cohen's office: a total witch hunt.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Laura Coates & Jeffrey Toobin, Yahoo's Michael Isikoff & CNN's analyst "New York Times" reporter Julie Hirschfeld Davis about Trump & Cohen. [TOOBIN, COATES, ISIKOFF, DAVIS - offer views on why Trump's view of Cohen changed after the FBI raid, but how Cohen is now a sworn enemy of the president, what is happening with Cohen as opposed to Paul Manafort, whether the report from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller would/could be blocked from public release, the Trump Tower project in Russia that Cohen worked on, the relationship of Trump to Russia.]

Cooper, Anderson

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