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Trump / Legal Fights / Racine Interview #1272827

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 09, 2020
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The details given about the lawsuit about President Trump's Inauguration & the use of campaign funds noted. Report introduced.

(Palm Beach, Florida: Randi Kaye) A review of the lawsuits Trump & family will face when he leaves office presented; details given from investigations led by New York's Cyrus Vance about sexual encounters with Trump, about his taxes, the lawsuits over the emoluments clause about his hotels, allegations of rape & sexual assault. [Twice, TRUMP - says he knows litigation.] [TRUMP - says they are trying to get me in New York.] [In court, former Trump attorney Michael COHEN - says Trump inflated then deflated his total assets.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's D.C. attorney general Katl Racine about the civil lawsuits. [RACINE - offers views on the cooperation from Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, who was deposed today in the case that Trump funnelled Inauguration money into their own pockets via Trump's hotel with an example cited, on how Ivanka Trump's deposition was misleading, on how we have won 80 percent of cases brought against the Trumps, on what a "fair resolution" of the case would be.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:09:40

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