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Rosenstein & Comey & Trump / Baker Interview (Part I) #1137578

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 13, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Evan Perez) Breaking news on What former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein is supposed to say about former FBI director James Comey in a speech tonight after what Comey said on the CNN town hall last week discussed; Rosenstein quoted on Comey as a partisan pundit, what he said about President Trump & the firing of Comey while he was traveling. [Last week, COMEY - says people like Rosenstein are not strong enough & find themselves trapped.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI general counsel James Baker about Rosenstein & Comey. [BAKER - offers views on how Comey is a private citizen due to Rosenstein, their earlier relationship, his selection of special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller, how Rod should have recused himself from the investigation, the Comey criticism of Rod, Trump's view that the FBI tried a "coup attempt" against him, how this {a coup} did not happen & the language used does not help the country, on what the last two years has been like for people within th FBI: it is resilient, that Comey was a great leader so the FBI felt a loss.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Perez, Evan

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