This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The issue of what was in the giant letter, how the summit is not about denuclearization, how holding a summit seems to be a fait accompli with no demands made of the North Koreans discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper: Washington: Jim Sciutto) The shift in Trump's tone about what is expected of the summit with less emphasis on denuclearization, what North Korea has already gotten out the meeting: stature discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Korea analyst Sue Mi Terry & "Washington Post"'s Max Boot about the summit. [TERRY - offers views on the different views on denuclearization, how Kim is playing his cards well.] [BOOT - offerS views on how Trump is just making up the summit, now in a different form with no substance, how Trump has swung the other way on North Korea by embracing Kim Jong Un.] [SCIUTTO - offers views on what other parties, like China, wants.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) ABC talks about a version of the "Roseanne" show going forward without Barr noted.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The apology from MSNBC anchor Joy Reid for her blogs from 2005 onward examined; her sample blog posts focusing on conspiracies; homophobia, cited; details given about Reid blaming hackers. [REID - comments on not writing those posts, but apologizes.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Brian Stelter) Reid's hacking explanations, the issue of her credibility, MSNBC's support discussed.
(Chula Vista, California: Gary Tuchman) A look inside an immigration detention center where mothers are separated from their children after crossing the US-Mexico border featured; scenes shown of two Honduran women being held without their children, who have been sent to New York state; details given about the stories of Marbel & Olga. [National Immigrant Justice Center Mary Meg McCARTHY- says it is unknown how long they will be separated.] How long the legal process could last discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Anthony Bourdain) The problems in filming the Hong Kong visit discussed; scenes shown from a New York City restaurant.