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Mueller Report / Trump Response / A Discussion #1136050

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 29, 2019
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(Studio: John Berman) The announcement from Attorney General William Barr he will release a redacted report of the 400-page investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller in mid-April introduced; tweet statement from President Trump about the Democratic reaction to the report so maybe we should take our victory & say "no."; details given about what may be in the 400 pages: details.

(Studio: John Berman; White House: Kaitlan Collins) The questions about what Trump means by "no" in his tweet, Representative Jerrold Nadler's disagreements with Barr's letter, what Trump said about what Barr said about releasing the Mueller report discussed. [TRUMP - says he has nothing to hide & this was a hoax.]

(Studio: John Berman, Maggie Haberman) What Trump means by "no" in his tweet, the issue of executive privilege, what may mean in the 400 pages in the full report with no one knowing, what Trump thinks about Barr, how Barr may want to prepare the public for nuances beyond what he said last week discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's John Dean & Shan Wu about the Mueller report. [DEAN - offers views on what Barr could redact because of executive privilege, whether grand jury testimony could be released with little case law behind it.] [WU - offers views on why Barr did not give the page count before today, the areas that may be redacted: grand jury, classified information, censured material.]

Berman, John;
Collins, Kaitlan;
Maggie, John Berman,

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