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Trump / Mueller Testimony / Nadler Interview #1139703

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 25, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The consideration by Democrats of impeachment of President Trump after the testimony from special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller introduced; headlines in the "New York Times" & Politico quoted. Live discussion held with Representative Jerry Nadler about the situation after Mueller. [NADLER - offer views on what Mueller said about Trump so we have to lay out the evidence for impeachment, how we will be going into court to get Don McGahn & others to testify to put the evidence before the American people, how we knew what Mueller's approach would be to stick to the report to break the lies about no collusion/no obstruction, on what Representative Adam Schiff is saying, that Russia attacked the elections to benefit the Trump campaign, on the questions about Mueller's inability to recall items from the report: the information got out that Trump was no exonerated, on the issue of impeachment.]
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