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Mueller Report / Barr / Klobuchar Interview #1136966

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 30, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The secret letter from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller objecting to Attorney General William Barr's description in a 4-page letter of the Russia investigation re-introduced; details given from a CNN poll on how Barr handled the Mueller report. Washington: Gloria Borger) Bar's background & what he did with the Mueller report reviewed; details given his role in President George H.W. Bush's administration, his 4-page letter on the report that cleared President Trump of obstruction, Barr's quiet position as Trump attacks the Mueller team daily. [Bush attorney general Michael MUKASEY@, Al Gore chief of staff Ron KLAIN, White House counsel for President Obama Bob BAUER@, Bush deputy attorney general George TERWILLIGER - offer views on Barr, his "spin letter", his decision at the press conference, the Barr memo, how & why Barr got this job {as attorney general}, how Barr's view is a constitutional one.] [At press conference, BARR - reads statement about the report.] Barr's June 2018 memo to the Justice Department about the obstruction theory noted. [TRUMP - speaks about the Mueller witch hunt.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion {by phone} held with Senator Amy Klobuchar of the Senate Judiciary Committee about Barr. [Voice of KLOBUCHAR - offers views on how Barr's 4-page letter was political while this is all about how a foreign country {Russia) attacked our election, what she wants from the Justice Department, that we need Mueller & others to testify, the need to protect our election for 2020.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:10:00

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