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Mueller Report / Trump & McGahn / Bannon Interview #1137246

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 10, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that the White House asked Don McGahn to testify there was no obstruction of justice re-introduced & the fight for President Trump's financial records with House Ways & Mean Committee chair Richard Neal wanting six years of the tax returns setting up a court fight on the issue introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Trump strategist Steve Bannon about Trump, McGahn, China trade.. [BANNON - offers views on the reporting about McGahn testifying to special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller: read the Mueller documents, how the Midwest states may view President Trump: the economy, not the tax records, matter, on the law about presidential tax returns: elections have consequences; talks about the China trade/tariff issues with the president standing up to China in the deal with China state capitalism needing to be dismantled, how he is a hawk on China trade: to bring the supply chain back to the West.]

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