This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former nationaL intelligence director James Clapper about concerns. [CLAPPER - offers views on how these videos could incite people in the Middle East, that Trump should tweet with discretion: reckless & seeming to endorse inflammatory videos generating risk for Americans, that it is dangerous to demonize all Muslims.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; San Francisco: Dan Simon) The verdict in the Steinle case despite Garcia Zarate's actions that day, his conflicting statements to the police, the evidence as viewed by the jury discussed; Steinle family photos shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Donald Trump said in August 2016 about the Steinle case introduced. [TRUMP - says he will ask for "Kate's Law" to insure criminal aliens receive strong sentences.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Sara Murray) A statement about the verdict from Attorney General Jeff Sessions quoted & how he used the case as a rallying cry for tougher immigration standards discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin; Washington: Laura Coates) The jury's ruling in San Francisco, the defense argument, the minor conviction, the "intent" law with the bullet ricochet weighing in the evidence discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Senator Angus King about the Senate bill. [KING - says we will vote on a bill that we have not yet seen, how he suggests a deficit neutral bill amendment, other options for the bill, how this bill has never had a hearing: it has been jammed through, the need for a bipartisan bill; comments on President Trump's own possible tax bill, the repealed estate ta.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "New York Times" reporter Maggie Haberman about the Tillerson story. [By phone, HABERMAN - says the president has been unhappy with Tillerson after the "moron" comment with a recognition the situation in not tenable, how Trump hates to fire people because he does not like personal conflict, the issue of the public shaming of Tillerson; notes many staffers will leave at the end of the year.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former ambassador Ryan Crocker & CNN's Jen Psaki about the Tillerson story. [CROCKER - offers views on the public shaming of Tillerson, who will not be taken seriously by foreign leaders, whether things would be different with CIA director Mike Pompeo replacing Tillerson.] [PSAKI - offers views on the long "death march" for Tillerson with the criticism of him by the president, the issue of Trump's re-tweets of the videos.]