This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) An aide's explanation of McCain's position on health care, the lack of White House reaction to what Cindy McCain reported since there are many attacks after the president says something, how Trump chose not to go to the Hanoi Hilton prison in Vietnam on his two visit there so he can nurse his grudge against McCain discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peters about Trump on McCain. [PETERS - offers views on how McCain was a man Trump could never be as he was a draft dodger, how Trump is consumed by "jealousy": a lonely man in the White House watching Fox News & tweeting, how the military takes an oath to the Constitution, not the president, that "sedition" is a criminal offense.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin & former Trump White House attorney Jim Schultz about Trump & McCain. [SCHULTZ - offers views on how his criticism of McCain is a reaction to the Steele dossier: an unforced error when Trump could be talking about other things, how it is fair game to punch back at opponents.] [TOOBIN - offers views on why Trump has to be critical of McCain & former President Obama with the real scandal being his popularity with some people who feel the same way, on how tweets are about racism & discrimination & people like it about Trump: he won the presidency based on a lie about Barack Obama.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Senator Richard Blumenthal about Rosenstein, Mueller. [BLUMENTHAL - offers views on the politics for Mueller, who will be supported by Congress if President Trump goes after him, the significance of the longer investigation of Cohen, the need for transparency if Trump is not named in a crime, how there are no reasons to claim executive privilege.]
(Algona, Iowa: Gary Tuchman) The latest controversy from Republican Representative Steve King about his Facebook post alluding to a civil war between red & blue states examined; scenes shown from Algona, Iowa. [In response to reporter's question, KING - says only the national news media cares about this, that he was not aware of the posting; refuses to answer question about white nationalism.] Social media postings discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Tara Setmayer & former NAACP CEO Cornell Brooks about King. [BROOKS - offers views on King's lost ugly history of bigoted tweets, that 3,000 Iowans died in the Civil War & we had a slaughter in New Zealand & the rhetoric of exclusion in America: he needs to be called out for racism.] [SETMAYER - offers views on this idea of a civil war, the inciting by President Trump & now King on Facebook is irresponsible.]