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Trump / Cohen Testimony / A House Discussion #1135179

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 27, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representatives Democrat Mike Quigley & Republican Chris Stewart about tomorrow's House Intelligence Committee hearings with former Trump attorney Michael Cohen after today's public hearing with questions from the anchor, Gloria Borger, Abby Phlllip, Jeffrey Toobin. [QUIGLEY - offers views on how the focus will be on Russia & Trump Tower Moscow, what he said today about Roger Stone & Julian Assange & the Trump Tower meeting with the Steve Bannon reference about President Trump knowing about it, how Trump was either compromised or hoped to profit financially while president.] [STEWART - offers views on what he will ask Cohen about Russia & collusion. how we have to evaluate what Cohen said versus the evidence, how special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller has made no accusations about Russia collusion, how Trump has done no policy that helps Russia.]
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