This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Elle Honig & Jim Schultz about Barr. [HONIG - offers views on how Barr has done damage to the credibility & independence of the Justice Department, so he signed the letter, on how 2,000 signed the letter: full year of abuse from Barr.] [SHULTZ - offers views on this rush to judgment, how those leaving the Department are partisan: it was a jump to Democrats.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio & historian Tim Naftali about Trump. [D'ANTONIO - offers views on his paranoia as an effective strategy for business, on his penchant for letting good people go & bring in loyalists.] [NAFTALI - offers views on President Nixon's paranoia as with his view that a Jewish conspiracy was out to get him & his people weaponized this hatred.]
(New York: Randi Kaye) The controversies from the past of Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg examined; details given about the New York City police policy of stop & frisk he supported while mayor & the "Washington Post" story on his comments about women in his company with allegations against him quoted. [Nov. 2019, BLOOMBERG - apologizes for "stop & frisk."]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jennifer Granholm about Bloomberg. [GRANHOLM - offers views on how Bloomberg has to answer the questions beyond a "wooden apology" on stop & frisk & about women & go meet people, how a brokered convention would work.]
(Syria: Arwa Damon) The fight for families in Syria to survive in the last rebel-held part of the war-torn country featured; scenes shown of a baby that froze to death, waves of displaced people leaving, the scared children, their haunting memories, schools converted to shelters.