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Trump / McGahn, Barr Testimony / A Discussion (Part II) #1137050

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 02, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the announcement from President Trump he will not let former White House lawyer Don McGahn testify as part of the obstruction investigation & What Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said about yesterday's testimony from Attorney General William Barr re-introduced; details given about Barr's primary view that special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller backed his memo about the report. [PELOSI - says he lied to Congress.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, former Whitewater independent counsel Robert Ray, Elliot Williams & Kirsten Powers about Barr & Pelosi. [TOOBIN, WILLIAMS, POWERS, RAY - offer views on how Barr's statement {to the Senate} is hard to defend when we know there were letters & a phone call about the memo/summary, that Mueller put it in writing, that Barr was intentionally trying to mislead about Mueller's position, that the argument of lying is "overwrought," whether this was honest testimony.]

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