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Mueller Report / Barr Testimony / A Discussion (Part I) #1137022

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 01, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the refusal of Attorney General William Barr to testify tomorrow before a House committee after his testimony today before the Senate Judiciary Committee on his handling of the Mueller report because of the hearing's format re-introduced. [Six Republican SENATORS - make references to Hillary Clinton & the Steele dossier & {FBI agents} Peter Strzok & Lisa Page.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Shan Wu, Elliot Williams, Dana Bash, Kirsten Powers, Rick Santorum & Garrett Graff about the Barr hearings. [BASH, POWERS, SANTORUM, WILLIAMS, GRAFF, WU - offer views on the approach of senators from two political sides of the aisle, the significance of Barr not telling the truth, that Barr wanted more information to give context, the context of Mueller's memo: only the second time he ever did so, that Barr is doing a good job defending the president, whether Republicans even "spin", whether Barr is politicking as did Attorney General Eric Holder under President Barack Obama.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:10:20

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