This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An earlier interview held with "Washington Post" reporter Josh Dawsey about these Trump comments. [DAWSEY - explains the context of Trump's comments on immigration, the reaction of other people in the room, how there has been no denials from the White House, how his supporters want immigration, legal or not, cut.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) How the White House is frozen in dealing with what Trump said earlier about immigration issues, what he said about the protected status for Haitians: "take them out," how some White House staffers feel this will play well with his base, how this is a racist comment made to lawmakers discussed; his prior racially charged statements outlined on screen.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump said in 2016 in Miami about Haitians introduced. [TRUMP - says he will champion the Haitian people.] Live discussion held with CNN's Van Jones, Ana Navarro, Jason Miller, Bakari Sellers & former Trump assistant Marc Latter about Trump's comments with much bickering with Miller's defense of Trump. [NAVARRO, JONES, MILLER, SELLERS - offer views on Trump's past racist comments: a pattern of behavior by a shameless racist, the statistics on education levels among immigrants like from Nigeria, the context of Trump's "racist" remarks by a president getting things done on immigration & wants immigration to be merit-based, Trump's past racist comments.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Wat Trump has said in the past about not being racist introduced. [Dec. 9, 2015, on CNN, TRUMP - says he is the least racist person.] Live, often contentious, discussion continued with CNN's Van Jones, Ana Navarro, Jason Miller, Bakari Sellers & former Trump assistant Marc Latter about Trump's comments. [LATTER, SELLERS, MILLER, JONES - offer views on presidents using salty language, how he is talking about his immigration goals based on a merit-based system, the fundamental values of diversity.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former CIA director James Clapper about Trump & FISA. [CLAPPER - offers views on how Trump does not understand Section 702 about the collection of non-US persons overseas, how his tweet quotes Fox News, his appalling comments on immigrants from "shithole countries" that will generate an international reaction: it is a blanket accusation.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Some personal comments on the nation of Haiti, which is a collection of people with all being strong, with the deadly earthquake being 8 years ago presented; scenes shown of the earthquake rubble.