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Trump / Cohen Case / Haberman Discussion #1135060

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 22, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What President Trump said today about Michael Cohen's testimony next week with a "New York Times" story that Cohen gave more evidence against Trump introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Maggie Haberman) The "NYT" reporting on what Cohen told prosecutors in New York about the Trump organization & insurance claims which reminds us Cohen remains one of the biggest threats to the president going forward, how folks went into business with Cohen to get access to the new White House, how Cohen did not strike a deal with New York southern district thus leading to his heavy sentence, the issue of why is Trump attacking Cohen when Chen has so much information about him, the support for Cohen from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller about the sentencing issue discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Haberman, Maggie

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