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Mueller Report / Barr, McGahn / A Discussion #1137179

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 07, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The contempt threat from Representative Jerrold Nadler to Attorney General William Barr & former White House counsel Don McGahn if they don't testify before the House committee introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's John Dean & Jeffrey Toobin about the White House opposition to testimony & the legal issues. [TOOBIN - offers views on how the White House can delay this testimony for so long as it goes through the courts, whether McGahn or special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller will testify once he leaves the Justice Department.] [DEAN - offers views on his Watergate testimony days & the legal issues dealing with privilege as with McGahn's first testimony to Mueller.]
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