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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at what President Trump is saying about his enemies as the report from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller turns out to be 300 pages long with just a four-page summary from Attorney General William Barr & what the details may be introduced; scenes shown from the lengthy vocal exchange between Representative Mike Conaway, who called for the resignation of Adam Schiff & the response from Schiff, who spoke about the Trump family meetings with Russians to get dirt of Hillary Clinton & later lied about it, with polling data offered to Russians with the specifics detailed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Democratic Representatives Ro Khanna & Mike Quigley about the Mueller report. [KHANNA - offers views on us not being allowed to read the full report, that President Trump should respect the process.] [QUIGLEY - offers views on Trump's narrative about the report with the us going along with the White House gag order & there was evidence of collusion/obstruction, the need for it to be to determined where Mueller went to Deutsche Bank.] Other material: [TRUMP - refers to "little pencil neck Adam schiff": these are sick people & it is all lies.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's historian Tim Naftali & "New York Times" columnist Frank Bruni about the Mueller report; Bruni'S column quoted. [BRUNI - offers views on how Americans cannot hold two thoughts at the same time with the debate being whether Schiff's facts add up to collusion that we are talking in America with vitriol.] [NAFTALI - offers views on what Steve Bannon said about how bad things are in politics as in the 1850s, how we have never ben good at nuance: how we want political winners & losers, that the White House got a lot out of the four-page summary so the details will show unethical misconduct with Russians, how there is no benefit for a politician to compromise.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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