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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that the House Intelligence Committee will call Trump organization CFO Allen Weisselberg with Michael Cohen testifying against today & next week noted. Live discussion held with committee members Representatives Jim Himes & Gerry Connolly about the Cohen testimony. [HIMES - offers views on how Cohen offered fill-in & new material with a different procedure than from the opening hearings in which the Republicans castigated Cohen.] [CONNOLLY - offers views on the Oversight Committee wanting to investigate Weisselberg, who has the "keys to the kingdom" about President Trump's finances: illegal activities.] [In response to questions from Gloria Borger, Laura Jarrett & Philip Mudd, HIMES, CONNOLLY - offer views on evidence crimes were committed as with the Trump check for hush money, the committee interest in Trump Tower Moscow, the issue of collusion on Russia, that Cohen would not comment on certain issues because of ongoing investigations, that we did learn new information not in the public record.] Other material: [From the public hearings, COHEN - mentions "Weisselberg" several times.] [Today, TRUMP - says Cohen lied a lot, but said "no collusion."]
- Cooper, Anderson
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