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Russian Connection / Trump / Impeachment Issue / A Discussion (Part II) #1132825

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 10, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A source report President Trump feels he could be impeached after the Democrats take control of the House introduced. Live discussion continued with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Carrie Cordero, former Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes & Robbie Mook about Trump & impeachment politics. [MOOK, CORTES, TOOBIN, CORDERO - offers views on the scope of what is going on with crimes, Russian infiltration into political groups: a major national security incident, how we need to learn more since we are not close to proving criminality, but impeachment is happening, whether impeachment is a certainty because of the lesson of former President Bill Clinton's impeachment, the issue of Congressional oversight, the Justice Department view a sitting president cannot be indicted, that the obstruction matter re: the Russians is key, the Supreme Court view on Planned Parenthood.]
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