This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The shifting stories from Trump about paying off the two mistresses during the presidential election campaign, how Trump blamed Cohen in the Fox interview, a report that White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly is relieved to be leaving the White House discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Shan Wu, Kirsten Powers & Rick Santorum about the day's Trump news. [TOOBIN, WU, POWERS, SANTORUM - offer views on the significance of the 2015 meeting about the "National Enquirer" paying off women, how Trump has boxed himself in his defense & keeps making this worse, special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller is there to get to the president, the Daniels contribution is not illegal & AMI is a corporate contributor that my be illegal, why it is a legal question as well as a political question, the issue of whether payoffs were done for the campaign, the FEC's handling of the John Edwards case.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Representative Eric Swalwell about this money. [From Washington, SWALWELL - offers views on how Trump was involved in a criminal campaign, transition & presidency, evidence against Trump: being in the room with David Pecker about hush money payments, his likely involvement in the Russia investigation, what he suggested about Michael Cohen only handling low-level matters.]
(Studio: Randy Kaye) Trump's long relationship with the "National Enquirer," which was run by Pecker, reviewed; Enquirer headlines for Trump & against political opponents, including Hillary Clinton, shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New Yorker" magazine reporter Ronan Farrow about Trump. [FARROW - offers views on the close relationship between Trump & Pecker, the use by the "National Enquirer" of "catch & kill" payments to suppress stories that could influence the election, the AMI agreement Pecker has reached with authorities about the transactions for Trump in the Karen McDougal case.]