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Politics: Trump & Pelosi / Blumenthal Interview #1137638

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 23, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Richard Blumenthal about why Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi gets under President Trump's skin. [BLUMENTHAL - offer views on how Pelosi has his number while the courts are ordering financial disclosures with him saying you cannot investigate & legislate at the same time, how so much agitates him & we can investigate & legislate both at the same time: his is hostage-taking, today's approval of disaster relief & against robo-calls so he must approve these measures, how there will be accountability through impeachment, the courts or the ballot box, why his Senate bill on abortion was introduced to prevent the chipping away against Roe v. Wade.]
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