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(Studio: John Berman; White House: Jim Acosta) What former national security adviser Michael Flynn admitted in the courtroom about lying to the FBI & not being entrapped by investigators with the administration saying it was okay for Flynn to lie but not Michael Cohen in the briefing, but there will be no sentencing for three months, so the issue of a pardon for Flynn will be raised with the belief that Flynn's plea does not hurt President Trump discussed.
(Studio: John Berman) Live interview held with Kenneth Starr, who led the investigation of President Bill Clinton, author of a new book "Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation," on President Trump, special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller, the Flynn case. [STARR - offers views on Mueller's investigation: a man of integrity, the setback for Flynn & Mueller with the sentencing postponed, on the need for all the evidence in the Russia investigation where we are seeing interference on high levels of US politics, Trump's comments on Michael Cohen. a "rat," when the president's role is to enforce the law.]
- Berman, John;
- Acosta, Jim
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