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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Jim Himes about President Trump, Michael Cohen & Paul Manafort. [HIMES - offers views on stunning assertion by New York prosecutors that Cohen broke the law & indirectly accused Trump with a crime & what Congress will do after special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's filing about Cohen, who has offered significance evidence to the special counsel, how the facts show that everyone around the president is lying about contacts with the Russians, as with Manafort, who had contact with Russians as did Cohen, the meaning of "synergy," where the investigation goes from here for Republicans.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen & David Axelrod about today's disclosures; photos shown of the five men convicted or pleading guilty. [From Chicago, AXELROD - offers views on how this was a bad day for the president & for the country as pieces are being filled in on the Russian contacts with everyone lying & committing crimes, the theme of the president that the ends justifies the means.] [GERGEN - offers views on this morass of documents with three tracks going on: the Russians, the Moscow Trump project & the payments to two women with no filing yet indicating collusion, a new merry-go-round at the White House while the stock market drops.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said about Trump noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The guest on tomorrow's "The Axe Files" noted.
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