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Trump & Edwards / Hush Money / Katyal Interview #1133060

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 14, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The comparisons drawn by lawyers for President Trump comparing his hush money case to that of John Edwards, who was indicted in 2011 for receiving illegal campaign funds to cover up having a mistress, outlined.

(Studio: John Berman) The "Washington Post" op-ed from Neal Katyal, George Conway & Trevor Potter about the seriousness of the this Trump crime. [In interview, former acting solicitor general KATYAL - offers views on the Edwards case vs. the Trump case, with the latter being more serious because one of the reasons was it influenced the presidential election, on the Orrin Hatch argument that this is minor: it is garbage & Hatch has repudiated it & on Conway facetious tweet.]

Berman, John

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