This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) Trump's political stunt with White House events making patriotism an issue to drive up the base, how no Eagles took a knee during the anthem discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's conservative Paris Dennard & former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter about Trump & the NFL. [NUTTER - offers views on how Trump canceled the event & planned to disinvite the Eagles.] [DENNARD - says the president is raising the cultural issue, that the Eagles did not go as a team.] [NUTTER, DENNARD - bucker over which side was carrying out a political stunt, whether there is a racial component to this matter.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's lawyer Jeffrey Toobin & Anne Milgram about the Trump Tower statements, special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller & the investigation of Paul Manafort. [TOOBIN, MILGRAM - offer views on the false statements about Russia & the Trump campaign: obstruction of justice maybe, the investigation of what Trump said & did about the meeting, how Hope Hicks is a central figure, what Manafort was doing in witness tampering, the slow track hearing on Manafort's parole.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Marjorie Stoneman Douglas student Cameron Kasky about the shooting, guns, the commission & DeVos. [KASKY - offers views on Devos & not addressing gun violence in the schools, plans to go on tour this summer for the gun violence movement to get the youth of America to the polls, that this administration does not care about gun violence.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Preet Bharara) The question of whether the FBI & Obama sent prosecutor Bharara after D'Souza, who was actually prosecuted for campaign finance laws violations, that Obama never called him: it was not selective prosecution, the pardon process with bad pardons on all sides, the witness tampering charges against Paul Manafort, who is being investigated by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller, discussed.
(New York: Alex Marquardt) The death of fashion designer Kate Spade by suicide reviewed; scenes shown of the body; details given about her background & the suicide note. [NYPD chief of detectives Dermot SHEA- says there was a suicide note.] [Fashion stylist Joe ZEE- cites the loss of her creativity.] [SPADE - talks about fashion.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The suicide prevention lifeline number outlined on screen.