This program is 29 minutes long
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The list of questions special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller would like to ask President Trump that was published by the "New York Times" examined; details given of questions about Paul Manafort, the Trump Tower meeting with Russians, obstruction of justice questions about national security director Michael Flynn & FBI director James Comey, about terminating the special counsel. [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - refuses to answer questions about the questions.] The meaning of a delay in the sentencing of national security director Michael Flynn discussed.
(Studio: David Muir, Dan Abrams) How prosecutors often release questions like in this case, Trump's comments on the leak while it likely came from the Trump team, not Mueller, whether Trump has to be interviewed discussed.
(New York: Tom Llamas) The claim from President Trump's former physician Dr. Harold Bornstein that office records were taken after Trump[ took office because he revealed to the "New York Times" Trump took a hair growth drug examined; details given about his profuse claims about Trump's health & the allegations against White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson, who withdrew from being nominated to head the V.A. [BORNSTEIN - says he feels raped.] [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - defends the procedure of taking medical records.] The offices of Dr. Bornstein discussed.
(Miami: Victor Oquendo) The collapse of a high-rise tower in Brazil that was on fire featured; scenes shown from Sao Paolo of the burning building that goes down.
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) The Taser takedown by police of a nurse, Roger Davis, in the emergency room at Chattanooga, Tennessee, Erlanger hospital featured; cell phone video shown from the ER; details given about the charges against Davis. [Eyewitness Ethan RAYMOND- comments.]
(Tijuana, Mexico: Matt Gutman) The standoff at the US-Mexico border between migrants from Central America & officials as the asylum process starts featured; scenes shown of 14 migrants entering the US, some on the fences, some camped out; details given about one woman's story.
(New York: Eva Pilgrim) The reasons for the rise in gasoline prices featured; statistics cited.