CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 22, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Shimon Prokupecz) The court filing today from the Mueller team on Manafort that could button up the report since Manafort was a central figure with the New York court filing banking charges against Manafort if he gets pardoned discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Preet Bharara) Manafort's deal with the special prosecutor until he lied so the prosecutors can talk about all kinds of things he did, Mueller's process, how much prison time Manafort might get in his sentences, the arguments for the New York case that could be about tax evasion like with Leona Helmsley discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's lawyers Ken Cuccinelli & Shan Wu & former FBI agent Philip Mudd about the Mueller grilling in the Manafort case. [WU, CUCCINELLI, MUDD - offer views on how the Mueller team does have to push the punishment, but maintain his minimalist approach to revealing information, the focus on Russian contact Konstantin Kilimnik, the defense strategy, the New York state case against Manafort & the double jeopardy analysis & fairness, how Manafort lied repeatedly,]
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