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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump told Reuters about impeachment & other matters introduced. [Reuters correspondent Jeff MASON- offer views on what Trump said about Michael Cohen & payments that did not violate campaign finance law, how many associates had contact with Russia & how he downplayed it & referred to the Clintons' contacts with Russia, his concerns about impeachment: that he has done a great job with many accomplishments, that people would revolt were he impeached.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Neal Katyal & "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman about the interview. [HABERMAN, TOOBIN, KATYAL - offers views on whether Trump is worried about impeachment: that he believes it & he was duly elected, the impeachment talk is just a "straw man" because he cannot be convicted in the Senate, that the Russians have compromising information for two years so he is worried, the fault setting from Trump people of denial about Russia contacts, the legal view this campaign contribution is part of a set of crimes that will bring Michael Cohen prison time, the relationship of Trump & Cohen, the issue of "false documentation."] Other material: [January 2017, Vice President Mike PENCE, June 2014, MAN, Feb. 2017, White House chief of staff Reince PRIEBUS, Dec. 2014, Trump adviser Kellyanne CONWAY, July 2014, Donald TRUMP, Jr., Jan. 2017, PENCE - deny an Trump contacts with Russia.]
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