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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The apology from Trump friend Roger Stone for an Instagram post showing the judge, Amy Berman Jackson, in his upcoming trial with cross hairs in the background quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers, Neal Katyal & former Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo about Stone & Trump. [KATYAL, CAPUTO, POWERS - offer views on how it is a crime to threaten a federal judge with no word from President Trump about this action, how Stone is frustrated since his arrest when his life has gotten messy, but the president should not react, how Stone is saying crazy things about his legal case, how Trump has suspicions about the intelligence community, Trump's inclination to believe Russian President Vladimir Putin: so alarming.] Other material: [On "60 Minutes," former deputy FBI dr. Andrew McCABE- says the president had a diatribe about North Korean missile capabilities as told to him by Putin while US intelligence had a different view.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) McCabe's appearance on AC360 tomorrow noted.
- Cooper, Anderson
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