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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 22, 2022
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(Studio: John Berman) The ruling from the Supreme Court on the release of former President Trump's tax returns examined; details given about what will happen as Republicans will shut down the investigation with their majority & how this is another Supreme Court denial for Trump. [Several times, TRUMP - promises to release his tax returns after the audit is done.] What Trump said about audits in 2016 as in "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman's book quoted. [April 7, 2019, acting White House chief of Staff Mick MULVANEY - says the tax returns will never be released: he was elected.] A 2020 "New York Times" story on what Trump paid in taxes quoted. The appearance, finally, for Senator Lindsey Graham in the case about Georgia election returns noted.

(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Katelyn Polantz@) The reaction of an appeals court to Trump's claim arguing for a special counsel for the Mar-A-Lago documents case, how the judges responded to the defense at the hearing from Trump's lawyer, the timeline in the investigation around Mar-A_Lago with Hack Smith now a special counsel in the dual Trump investigations discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's legal analysts John Dean & Paul Callan about the Trump investigations. [CALLAN - offers views on the unsurprising action in court about the Florida home documents search, a Plan B for the tax returns issue in the Senate, on Smith moving swiftly.] [DEAN - offers views on the likelihood rump will take the documents case to the Supreme Court, on the fate of his tax returns after his appeal failed, the special counsel investigation that will happen quickly.]

Berman, John;
Polantz@, Katelyn

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