This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump said introduced. [TRUMP says hacking is hard to prove & he will talk about it Tuesday or Wednesday.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Jim Acosta) The unlikelihood Trump will say anything about the hacking into the election as he previously said he would discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with former CIA director James Woolsey about the hacking investigation. [Trump advisor WOOLSEY - says "hacking" indicates a host of possibilities: that the Russians did "something" but other countries could have been involved, but there is no indication the election was affected; comments on the seriousness of the Chinese hacking into government data.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Manu Raju) The decision by the House to drop plans to gut the independent ethics panel after President-elect Donald Trump got involved via Tweet, how this indicates the challenges the Republican Party will have with unity discussed; Tweet quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Gloria Borger, John King) The questions about why the Republicans initially tried to take on the ethics panel, the indications from Trump's reaction to the move that shamed his own party, Trump's campaign promise to "drain the swamp," how this was an embarrassment to the party discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's John King & "Washington Post"'s David Fahrenthold about the Trump transition. [FAHRENTHOLD - offer views on the complexity of the Trump business being handed off to his sons, the issue of "transparency", his need to put the business matter behind him, whether Ivanka will have to give up her business interests if she gets an official title in the White House.]
(No location given: Drew Griffin) The Democratic plans to target President-elect Donald Trump's nominee for Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin examined; details given about his role in buying the indymacBank, rename it OneWest Bank & the pitch for Financial Freedom using reverse mortgages. [National Community Reinvestment Coalition John TAYLOR- says OneWest was a foreclosure king in California that caused suffering for seniors.] [Almost lost house, Elizabeth LAVULLO- outlines the threatened foreclosure.] The defense of Mnuchin's role with OneWest outlined on screen. How the foreclosure issue could come up at Mnuchin's confirmation hearings discussed.
(Washington: Dana Bash) The Schumer interview presented. [SCHUMER - recounts his recent talk with Trump about his presidency; promises to hold him accountable; states the Republicans are hard right; wants a sharp-edged economic message; talks about accessibility.] The problems facing Schumer with pressure from Progressives discussed.