This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Pamela Brown) Trump's past defense of his possibly racist remarks, the White House slow denials about his vulgar language comments, the "New York Times" report on what he said about Haiti & Nigeria, the s-hole vs. s-house debate discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Phil Mattingly) The possible impact of Trump's remarks on the Republican Party in the House & Senate with the immigration deal on the table with a possible government shutdown coming discussed.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The 1973 Justice Department discrimination lawsuit against Donald Trump & his father Fred Trump about their apartment buildings in New York City examined; details given about the Fair Housing Act being applied to Trump tenant practices; 1970s photos shown. [Former DOJ Elyse GOLDWEBER- explains the testing program about people of color, how the application code system worked.] Trump's denial about renting bias quoted. The eventual settlement agreement in 1975 noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with "Trumped!" author Jack O'Donnell about Trump & racism. [O'DONNELL - offers views on Trump's complaint about an African-American casino executive employee "counting his money" with laziness being a trait in blacks, how he believes Trump is a racist, but wants himself to believe he is not.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump has said about O'Donnell & his book reviewed.