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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 05, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The finding of a Quinnipiac Poll that people believe President Trump committed crimes as a private citizen & in office noted; statistics cited. A Keeping Them Honest look at Trump's behavior introduced. [Yesterday, TRUMP - says no collusion; it's all a hoax.] A list of the 81 names being sent a letter by the House Judiciary Committee asking for documents in the investigation of Trump outlined on screen; Trump tweets on the probe quoted; examples cited of what could be looked into about the president & executive privilege. [Eight times, TRUMP - calls the investigation a total witch hunt.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with Democratic Senator Mark Warner about Trump. [WARNER - offer views on how much he White House will cooperate with oversight investigations by Congress, on the Senate investigation into Russian collusion/contacts, on the issue of the truthfulness of Michael Cohen's testimony last week.]

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