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- 2799 - US braces for government shutdown as funding deadline looms
A government shutdown will begin Sunday if lawmakers on Capitol Hill don’t reach a deal. Sources tell CNN that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy told his Republican conference there aren’t many options left to avoid a shutdown. Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal tells Anderson Cooper if she thinks there’s a realistic scenario where Republicans team up with Democrats in the next 24 hours to keep the government open. Plus, a suspect was arrested for the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur. CNN Senior National Correspondent Sara Sidner joins AC360 after speaking to Shakur’s stepbrother who wants to know what took so long.
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- 2798 - Trump won’t try to move Georgia case to federal court
According to a new court filing, former President Trump’s lawyers say he won’t try and move the criminal charges brought against him by Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to federal court. Trump’s lawyers had said he “may” try to get the case moved into the federal system, as part of a bid to invoke immunity protections for federal officers. Former U.S. Assistant Attorney Elie Honig joins AC360 to discuss the filing and explains why he was "stunned." Plus, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy refused to say if he would try to cut a deal with Democrats if the GOP conference can't coalesce around a plan to avert a shutdown. Republican Rep. Ken Buck tells Anderson "there's nothing worse than a shutdown" and it's an "embarrassment."
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- 2797 - Trump Organization tries to figure out the future of its business after fraud ruling
Attorneys for former President Trump say the Trump Organization is working on figuring out what yesterday's fraud ruling means for the future of the business and what may need to be dissolved to comply with the judge's decision. A New York judge found Trump and his oldest sons liable for fraud and agreed with New York Attorney General Letitia James that Trump and his businesses overvalued assets by hundreds of millions of dollars. Former Manhattan Chief Assistant District Attorney Karen Friedman Agnifilo tells Anderson Cooper how she interprets the judge's ruling and what she thinks will happen to the Trump Organization. Plus, Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez, along with his wife Nadine Menendez, pleaded not guilty to charges relating to an alleged bribery conspiracy involving payments in gold bars, hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash, a luxury car, and passing sensitive information to the Egyptian government. CNN National Correspondent Jason Carroll gives AC360 a look at who Nadine Menendez is and her alleged involvement.
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- 2796 - New York judge finds Trump liable for fraud
A New York judge says former President Trump and his oldest sons are liable for fraud after providing false financial statements for roughly a decade. The judge's decision comes days before the former president and the New York attorney general's office is set to go to court for a civil trial. Trump has argued he didn't inflate the values of his golf courses, hotels and homes at Mar-a-Lago and Seven Springs on financial statements that were repeatedly used in business. Investigative reporter and Syracuse University law professor David Cay Johnston explains to AC360 what this means for the Trump Organization and if they can operate their businesses in New York state. Plus, Senate leaders have reached a bipartisan deal for a short-term spending bill to keep the government funded and avoid a shutdown. There's still no guarantee that it will pass in the Republican majority House, where there are deep divisions. Democratic Rep. Mikie Sherrill tells Anderson Cooper how confident she is that a government shutdown can be avoided.
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- 2795 - McCarthy confronts key decisions as Congress hurtles toward government shutdown
There are just six days before the government runs out of money and House Republicans have yet to rally around a short-term option. House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is caught between risking a shutdown to keep his job or cross GOP hardliners and work with Democrats to reach a deal. Democratic Rep. James Clyburn tells Anderson Cooper if he thinks McCarthy will risk his speakership to work with Democrats and keep the government funded. Plus, former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who delivered bombshell testimony to the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, defended what she said under oath in her first TV interview since testifying on Capitol Hill. Former Trump White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Griffin worked with Hutchinson. She joins AC360 to discuss how important Hutchinson’s testimony was and says, “you need people who are to put what’s right in the country ahead of their own ambition.”
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- 2794 - Sen. Bob Menendez and wife indicted on bribery charges; DOJ seizes gold bars and $500,000
Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez and his wife are facing corruption-related charges. An unsealed federal indictment reveals the New Jersey senator and his wife, Nadine Arslanian Menendez, are accused of accepting “hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes” in exchange for the senator’s influence. Prosecutors allege the bribes included cash, gold, mortgage payments and a Mercedes. Menendez says he will “not be distracted by baseless allegations” and he’s pushing back on calls for his resignation from some fellow Democrats. Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe tells AC360 he thinks the senator will have a hard time defending himself against this indictment because of the extraordinary detail prosecutors included. Plus, there’s a hurricane watch in effect for parts of eastern North Carolina ahead of Tropical Storm Ophelia’s landfall. CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers joins AC360 for an update on the storm that’s expected to trek up the East Coast.
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- 2793 - Government shutdown appears increasingly likely
Sources tell CNN that House Republican leaders are sending their members home for the week as a government shutdown appears increasingly likely. Lawmakers have yet to reach a deal to extend government funding past the critical deadline at the end of the month. House GOP members had planned to work through the weekend to pass a stop-gap bill to fund the government but that strategy is now on hold because of infighting and holdouts within the House Republican conference. Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell tells AC360 it's time for House GOP members to choose "competence over chaos" and keep the government funded. Plus, CNN Senior National Correspondent Ed Lavandera joins AC360 from Eagle Pass, Texas where there's been a surge of migrants crossing the Southern border.
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- 2792 - House GOP clashes with Attorney General Merrick Garland over Hunter Biden investigation
During a contentious House Judiciary Committee hearing, Attorney General Merrick Garland forcefully pushed back against accusations from congressional Republicans that the Justice Department has shown political bias in its investigations into Hunter Biden and former President Trump. Garland told committee members he’s “not the president’s lawyer” nor “Congress’s prosecutor.” Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu took part in the hearing. He tells AC360 if he thinks Garland pushed back hard enough on the allegations of political bias. Plus, since 2010 chef José Andrés and his World Central Kitchen team have been on the frontlines of disasters around the world. They've served over 300 million meals in more than 30 countries. Chef Andrés joins AC360 to discuss “The World Central Kitchen Cookbook: Feeding Humanity, Feeding Hope.”
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- 2791 - Biden urges the world to stand firm in support of Ukraine
The New York Times is reporting that Molly Michael, a former assistant to Donald Trump, told investigators that the former president instructed her to not tell them about the classified documents he kept at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida. According to the Times, she told investigators about the comments when she was interviewed as part of the inquiry into Trump’s handling of sensitive government documents. The Times says the details are from a person briefed on her comments. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig tells Anderson Cooper he thinks this is “potentially devastating evidence” and could hurt the former president’s defense. Plus, while speaking at the United Nations General Assembly, President Biden urged the world to stand up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and be firm in their support of President Volodymyr Zelensky and his country. Democratic Rep. Seth Moulton is a veteran and member of the Armed Services Committee. He joins AC360 to discuss why it’s important for the U.S. to continue supporting Ukraine.
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- 2790 - Trump acknowledges he was told 2020 election lies were false
Former President Trump admitted that he was told the 2020 election lies were false but continued spewing the false claims to try and overturn the results. In an interview over the weekend, the former president said he didn’t respect his attorneys who told him he had lost the election and instead he “respected many others that said the election was rigged.” Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe tells Anderson Cooper if he thinks Trump undermined his own defense by saying it was his decision to go after the 2020 election results. Plus, CNN Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward gives AC360 an exclusive look at what Wagner’s post-Yevgeny Priogozhin future looks like in the Central African Republic. The former Wagner boss died in a plane crash just two months after he and his mercenaries launched an armed insurrection on Russia.
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- 2789 - Special counsel asks judge to limit Trump's public statements in federal election subversion case
Special counsel Jack Smith has asked U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan to limit former President Trump’s public statements in the federal 2020 election interference case against him. A newly released court filing reveals that prosecutors want a court order limiting what the former president can say. Trump responded to the request by calling Smith “deranged.” Former federal prosecutor Elliot Williams tells Anderson Cooper how strong he thinks the special counsel’s argument is and if he thinks the judge will grant the request. Plus, CNN Correspondent Jomana Karadsheh joins AC360 from Derna, Libya to give an update on the catastrophic flooding that hit the country. More than 5,000 people are feared dead and Libya’s United Nations Ambassador expects that number to increase.
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- 2788 - Hunter Biden indicted on multiple gun charges
Hunter Biden was indicted by special counsel David Weiss in connection with a gun he purchased in 2018. President Biden’s son was charged with two counts for alleged false statements he made while purchasing the gun and a third count for possessing the gun while he was addicted to drugs. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe tells Anderson Cooper what kind of considerations went into the decision to charge Biden. Plus, CNN Senior International Correspondent Ben Wedeman gives AC360 an update on the catastrophic flood in Libya where more than 5,000 people are feared dead.
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- 2787 - Rep. Pelosi on Speaker McCarthy’s impeachment inquiry into Pres. Biden: “they have nothing”
Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sat down for an exclusive interview with Anderson Cooper on current House Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s impeachment inquiry into President Biden. She also discusses her own decision to seek re-election at the age of 83 and whether she thinks Vice President Kamala Harris is the best running mate for Biden. Plus, escaped Pennsylvania killer Danilo Cavalcante was taken into custody, ending a nearly two-week manhunt that drew hundreds of law enforcement officials to the area. Franco Rosa is a former roommate of Cavalcante. He tells Anderson Cooper what went through his head when he heard his former roommate had been captured.
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- 2786 - McCarthy calls for formal impeachment inquiry into Biden
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy is calling on three committees to open a formal impeachment inquiry into President Biden. McCarthy says “these are allegations of abuse of power, obstruction and corruption” and they “warrant further investigation.” House Republicans have yet to prove allegations the president directly profited off his son’s foreign business deals. Republican Rep. Kevin Buck and Democrat Rep. Jamie Raskin both join AC360 to react to McCarthy’s decision. Plus, police say Danelo Cavalcante, the Pennsylvania prison escapee, is “armed and extremely dangerous” after he stole a .22-caliber rifle from a local homeowner, who fired several shots at the fugitive as he fled. CNN Chief Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analyst John Miller tells Anderson Cooper what law enforcement is doing to capture Cavalcante.
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- 2785 - Trump asks judge to recuse herself from federal election subversion case
Former President Trump has asked Judge Tanya Chutkan to recuse herself from the federal 2020 election subversion case. In a new court filing, Trump pointed to Chutkan’s previous comments made in cases involving January 6 rioters. Former federal judge Nancy Gertner tells Anderson Cooper the former president’s request is “not surprising.” Plus, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who testified before the grand jury in the Georgia investigation, joins AC360 to discuss whether he supports the longshot legal strategy of using the Fourteenth Amendment to bar the former president from the 2024 ballot. In recent weeks, a growing number of liberal and conservative legal scholars have embraced the idea.
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- 2784 - 20 Years of Anderson Cooper 360˚
Twenty years ago, Anderson Cooper 360˚ launched. Over the past two decades, Anderson has reported from more than 30 countries and anchored more than 5,000 programs. Tonight, we look back on some of those moments. And a federal judge rejects Mark Meadows' bid to move his Georgia election interference case to federal court. Meadows has filed an appeal. Harvard constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe shares his perspective on the case.
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- 2783 - Shelter-in-place order issued in the area where prisoner escaped
As the manhunt for a murderer enters its second week, a shelter-in-place order has been issued for a small area in Pennsylvania as police continue their search for Danelo Cavalcante. Brian Todd has the latest on the manhunt. And Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold joins Anderson to talk about the challenge to Donald Trump's election bid in the state. The advocacy group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington filed a lawsuit to keep him from the 2024 Republican primary ballot, citing the 14th Amendment's ban on insurrectionists holding public office.
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- 2782 - New video of inmate escaping from PA prison
Newly released video shows how a murder convict escaped from a Pennsylvania prison by climbing between two walls in the prison yard. Danelo Cavalcante has now been on the run for a week. Brian Todd has the latest on the search for the escapee. And former Defense Secretary William Cohen joins Anderson to discuss Alabama Senator Tommy Tuberville holding up roughly 300 military nominations, and that now could include general picked to be the nation’s top military officer.
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- 2781 - New CNN poll on Presidential race
A new CNN poll shows former President Donald Trump is in a league of his own this fall. According to the poll, 52% of Republican primary voters and GOP-leaning Independents support Trump’s reelection. He’s far ahead of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who’s in second place with 18%. No other candidates are in double figures. One of those other candidates is former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who joins Anderson to talk about the 2024 Presidential race. And in a 360° exclusive, Jomana Karadsheh reports on never-before-seen video of ISIS and their crimes that were recorded when they didn't think they were being recorded.
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- 2780 - James Taylor remembers Jimmy Buffett
Singer and songwriter James Taylor remembers his friend Jimmy Buffett who passed away on Friday from an aggressive form of skin cancer. Buffett was 76. And in Pennsylvania, a manhunt continues for an escaped prisoner convicted of murder. CNN senior law enforcement analyst and former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe talks about what authorities are doing to catch him.
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- 2779 - Giuliani and six others plead not guilty in Georgia election case
There’s new legal maneuvering out of Fulton County, Georgia where Rudy Giuliani and six other co-defendants in the election interference case pleaded not guilty today. One of those alleged co-conspirators, Kenneth Chesebro, also told a judge he wants to sever his case from former Trump campaign attorney Sidney Powell's. Chesebro and Powell have both asked for a speedy trial that could begin as soon as October. Maggie Haberman tells AC360 the relationship between Giuliani and former President Trump has become strained in recent years. Plus, a CNN exclusive report. New evidence may connect the infamous BTK serial killer to at least one additional victim. CNN's Jean Casarez speaks with the killer's daughter and gains exclusive access to his journal entries and drawings.
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- 2778 - Trump pleads not guilty in Georgia election interference case
Former President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty in the sprawling Fulton County election interference case, waiving his right to an in-person arraignment next week. Trump is also seeking to have his case severed from his codefendants who have requested a speedy trial that could begin as soon as October. Former U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia Michael Moore and former Manhattan Chief Assistant DA Karen Friedman Agnifilo join AC360 to discuss the latest developments, as well as the question of whether former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows will succeed in his own efforts to have his portion of the Fulton County case moved to federal court. Plus, CNN Correspondent Brian Todd reports from Perry, Florida where the community is working to rebuild after Hurricane Idalia battered the region earlier this week.
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- 2777 - Hurricane Idalia slams into Florida and Georgia
A once-Category 4 hurricane, Tropical Storm Idalia is now lashing parts of Georgia and the Carolinas with heavy rain and wind. Idalia made landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast as a powerful Category 3 storm and was the strongest storm to hit in the Big Bend region, the nook between the Florida panhandle and peninsula, in more than 125 years. Chase Norwood’s family owns Sea Hag Marina in Steinhatchee, Florida, where water levels rose more than nine feet in two hours, reaching record levels. They decided to stay to protect their business. He joins AC360 to give an update on the damage to the marina. Plus, Michael Bobbitt decided to ride out the hurricane in Cedar Key, Florida. He shares how his community is doing.
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- 2776 - Hurricane Idalia intensifies, on track to hit Florida as Category 3 storm
Hurricane Idalia is a Category 2 storm but is strengthening and expected to intensify to a Category 3 before it makes landfall. Officials are urging Floridians to evacuate as Idalia's storm surge could reach once-in-a-lifetime levels. Tampa Police Chief Lee Bercaw tells AC360 what the biggest concern is for the city. Plus, Michael Bobbitt lives in Cedar Key, Florida and is riding out the storm there. He joins to explain why he decided to stay and what his plan is, if things go wrong.
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- 2775 - Judge sets date for Trump DC federal election subversion trial
Federal Judge Tanya Chutkan set former President Trump’s trial for his alleged role in trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election for March 4, 2024. The date is just one day before Super Tuesday, when voters in more than a dozen states will go to the polls. CNN Legal Analyst Carrie Cordero joins AC360 to discuss the judge’s trial date decision. Plus, CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers on where Tropical Storm Idalia is headed and when it’s expected to become a hurricane.
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- 2774 - Trump co-defendant Harrison Floyd will remain in jail after judge said she won’t issue bond today
Former President Trump and his 18 co-defendants have all surrendered at the Fulton County jail before the noon deadline. One co-defendant, Harrison Floyd, was denied bond will remain in jail. Judge Emily Richardson told him that she wouldn’t be setting bond because Floyd had already been indicted and assigned to another judge who would address bond moving forward. The former president is accused of being the head of a “criminal enterprise” that was a broad conspiracy to reverse the 2020 election. Former Georgia State Senator Jen Jordan testified before the Fulton County grand jury in this investigation. She joins AC360 to discuss what’s next for Trump and his co-defendants. Plus, CNN Reporter Alayna Treene is in Bedminster, New Jersey, near the former President’s golf club to give an update on his mood following his fourth arrest and the release of his mug shot.
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- 2773 - Update for August 24, 2023
There is no new episode of the Anderson Cooper 360 showcast. If you haven’t already, please check out CNN’s other podcasts and showcasts at cnn.com/audio.
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- 2772 - Giuliani doubles down on his actions after 2020 election while surrendering in Georgia
Three of former President Trump’s key election lawyers surrendered to Fulton County authorities after being indicted on charges relating to their alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Rudy Giuliani was charged with 13 crimes and Sidney Powell faces seven state crimes. Jenna Ellis was charged with two state crimes. Trump is expected to turn himself in Thursday after agreeing to a $200,000 bond. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig tells Anderson Cooper Giuliani’s downfall is a “tragic, Shakespearean fall” but it’s all “his own doing.” Plus, the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency says Yevgeny Prigozhin, the chief of the mercenary group Wagner, was on board a plane that crashed. CNN Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward joins AC360 to discuss the Wagner group, that she’s been reporting on for years.
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- 2771 - Mark Meadows asks for court order to avoid arrest in Georgia
Former president’s ex-chief of staff Mark Meadows has asked for an emergency court order that would prevent District Attorney Fani Willis from arresting him if he doesn’t surrender to the Fulton County jail by the Friday deadline. Meadows is one of the 19 co-defendants that were indicted, along with the former president. Trump is accused of being the head of a “criminal enterprise” that was part of a conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig tells Anderson Cooper how this Georgia indictment could complicate things if Meadows is cooperating with special counsel Jack Smith’s election interference investigation. Plus, CNN Political Commentator Van Jones and former Republican political consultant Stuart Stevens join AC360 to discuss the first GOP primary debate.
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- 2770 - Sources: Trump plans to surrender Thursday in Georgia
Sources tell CNN that former President Trump plans to turn himself in Thursday at the Fulton County jail after negotiations with the district attorney’s office over his consent bond and release conditions. Trump is accused of being the head of a “criminal enterprise” that was part of a broad criminal conspiracy to overturn the 2020 election. Michael Moore is a former U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia. He tells Anderson Cooper about the possible security concerns surrounding the former President turning himself in. Plus, President Biden traveled to fire-ravaged Maui as the search continues for more than 800 people. CNN Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir joins AC360 from Lahaina, Hawaii to discuss how the President was received by the locals.
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- 2769 - Trump expected to skip debate and do interview with Tucker Carlson instead
Sources tell CNN that former President Trump is planning to skip the first Republican presidential debate and instead do an interview with former Fox News host Tucker Carlson. The debate falls in the same week that Trump will turn himself in to the Fulton County jail after being indicted for a fourth time, this time in Georgia. Conservative lawyer George Conway tells Anderson Cooper if he thinks the former President skipping the debate is a good idea for his campaign and legal troubles. Plus, CNN Chief Climate Correspondent joins AC360 from Lahaina, Hawaii where the search efforts continue. At least 111 people have died from the wildfires in Maui and there’s a possibility of more than 1,000 are still missing.
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- 2768 - Trump reacts to Georgia indictment: “I have four of them now”
Former President Trump reacted to the Georgia indictment calling it a “witch hunt” and a “horrible thing for the country.” The indictment accuses him of being the head of a “criminal enterprise” to overturn the 2020 election. 34-year-old Judge Scott McAfee is assigned to the case and just became a Fulton County Superior Court judge back in February. Former federal judge Shira Scheindlin tells Anderson Cooper how she thinks Judge McAfee will handle this complex and high-profile trial. Plus, the death toll from the Maui wildfires has risen to at least 111 people with the possibility of 1,000 still missing. CNN Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir joins AC360 from Kihei, Hawaii where the search and rescue efforts continue.
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- 2767 - Georgia DA wants Trump’s trial to start the day before Super Tuesday
Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis wants former President Trump’s trial to start on March 4, 2024, just one day before the Super Tuesday primary contests. According to the court filing, Willis also asked the judge to schedule arraignments for the defendants for the week of September 5th and says these proposed dates “do not conflict” with Trump’s other criminal cases. Former Democratic Georgia state senator Jen Jordan was a witness before the grand jury in Willis’ probe. She tells Anderson Cooper what it was like testifying in front of the jurors. Plus, the Hawaii governor said in a news conference tonight that the death toll from the wildfires has risen to at least 110. Earlier, he told CNN there are “probably still over 1,000 missing.” President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will travel to Maui on Monday to meet with first responders and survivors along with federal, state, and local officials. CNN Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir joins AC360 from Lahaina, Hawaii to give the latest on the search and rescue efforts. He also shows how the fire threat remains.
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- 2766 - Giuliani struggling under massive legal bills after defending Trump
Rudy Giuliani is staring down hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal bills and sanctions amid numerous lawsuits because of his work for former President Donald Trump after the 2020 election. Former Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance, who is well-acquainted with Giuliani and has investigated Donald Trump, joins Anderson to give his perspective on the legal bills and latest indictment news. And, a CNN exclusive from Nick Paton Walsh, who got access to video from a remote-controlled Ukrainian sea drone just before it hit a vital bridge linking Russia to occupied Crimea last month.
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- 2765 - GA courtroom remains open past closing time as potential Trump indictment looms
All eyes are on the Atlanta courthouse where a grand jury is still in session, deliberating over whether former President Trump will be receive his fourth criminal indictment for his alleged efforts to interfere in the 2020 presidential election in Georgia. An incredible tale of survival out of Hawaii where the death toll has risen to 99 after historic wildfires swept through Maui. 19-year-old Noah Tomkinson spent hours in the ocean water with his younger brother and mother after they were unable to safely evacuate from the fire. He and his father, David Tomkinson, join Anderson to share a chilling video he captured during the fire.
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- 2764 - Maui wildfires death toll rises to at least 67
The death toll from the wildfires on Maui rose again, to 67, and officials say the fires are still not contained. CNN's Bill Weir is in Maui and saw the devastation today. And behind every house and storefront burned, there's a story. Iconic artist Ruby Mazur, best known for the first mouth and tongue ever created for the Rolling Stones, which was prominently featured on the "Tumbling Dice" record sleeve back in 1971, was about to open a new gallery on Front Street in Lahaina. 100 of his paintings were destroyed. He talks about his loss.
Guests: Bill Weir, Ruby Mazur
Airdate: August 11, 2023
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- 2763 - Maui wildfires death toll rises to at least 53
The wildfires scorching Maui are now 80% contained and the full extent of the devastation is now being discovered. CNN's Bill Weir was one of the first journalists to get to Lahaina to access the damage. Also, Tiffany Winn’s Lahaina business was destroyed by the flames. She describes what she found when she returned to the town. And in politics, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis fired state attorney Monique Worrell on Wednesday, saying in an executive order that the Orlando-area prosecutor didn't pursue mandatory sentences for gun crimes and drug trafficking. He also claimed that showed "neglect of duty and incompetence." Worrell joins AC360° and says the governor is “pushing false narratives” and “weaponizing” the Florida constitution.
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- 2762 - At least 6 people dead in catastrophic Maui wildfires
Officials say at least 6 people have died in the “unprecedented” wildfires that are raging through Hawaii’s Big Island and Maui. Hawaii Gov. Josh Green says much of Lahaina, the historic whaling village and tourism hotspot on Maui, is destroyed. Hurricane Dora and high pressure over the northern Pacific have created high winds that are moving westward. Kelly Bryce is a charter boat captain who was asked by the Coast Guard to help with the rescue efforts. He joins AC360 to describe what he’s been seeing and hearing while helping people to safety. Plus, FBI agents shot and killed a Utah man while attempting to arrest him for allegedly making threats against President Biden ahead of his visit to the state. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe tells AC360 this was a “very logical investigation” of somebody who was escalating his threats that could end in potential violence.
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- 2761 - Trump rails against indictments at New Hampshire event and calls charges against him “bullsh*t”
During a speech in New Hampshire, former President Trump attacked special counsel Jack Smith, calling the criminal investigation into the 2020 election interference “ridiculous,” and claimed it is targeting his First Amendment rights. Trump also suggested he wouldn’t be able to campaign because of the charges since he’d be sitting in a courtroom on “bullsh*t.” CNN National Correspondent Kristen Holmes joins AC360 from New Hampshire where she heard the former president talk about possibly being indicted in yet another case, Fulton County, Georgia’s investigation into election interference. Plus, Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky said that the counteroffensive hasn’t been easy and is “happening probably slower” than some had hoped. CNN Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto tells Anderson Cooper what his sources are saying about Ukraine’s chances in the war against Russia.
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- 2760 - Trump argues against more restrictive rules over evidence in 2020 election interference case
Former President Trump’s lawyers claim special counsel Jack Smith and his team are on a politically motivated campaign to restrict his First Amendment rights. Prosecutors have proposed a more restrictive protective order over evidence in the criminal election interference case, pointing to Trump’s public statements. The Trump team wants narrower rules over what he can do with evidence he is given. Republican presidential candidate and Trump critic Chris Christie joins AC360 to discuss the former president’s most recent indictment. Plus, CNN Senior National Correspondent Kyung Lah looks at the surging crime in Oakland, California and what local officials are doing to help stop it.
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- 2759 - Trump pleads not guilty twice in 24 hours with plea to new charges in classified documents case
Former President Trump pleaded not guilty to the new charges special counsel Jack Smith brought against him in the Mar-a-Lago documents case. This is the second time in 24 hours that he entered a not guilty plea. Just yesterday, the former President was arraigned in Washington, DC in the special counsel’s separate investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election. Former Republican U.S. Rep. Mia Love joins AC360 to discuss the GOP’s response to Trump’s indictments and legal woes. Plus, seven-time Olympic medalist Simone Biles is returning to competition two years after she surprised fans and withdrew from five event finals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. CNN Contributor and Hall of Fame Broadcaster Bob Costas tells AC360 how exciting Biles’ return is for the sports world.
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- 2758 - Trump appears in court for third indictment, pleads not guilty
Former President Trump appeared in court for his third indictment and pleaded not guilty to four criminal charges related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election that he lost to now-President Joe Biden. The next hearing in the case is scheduled for August 28, just five days after the first Republican presidential primary debate. Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez tells Anderson Cooper that based on the allegations special counsel Jack Smith laid out in the indictment, he also would have brought this case. Plus, Democratic Rep. Zoe Lofgren, a member of the House select committee that investigated the January 6 attack on the Capitol, joins AC360 to react to the former President’s court appearance.
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- 2757 - Trump to be arraigned Thursday at DC federal courthouse
Former President Trump will be arrested and arraigned tomorrow at a Washington, DC federal courthouse after being indicted on four criminal charges by a grand jury in special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into attempts to overturn the 2020 election. Prosecutors allege that the former president “was determined to remain in power” after losing the election. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig tells Anderson Cooper what is expected to happen in court tomorrow. Plus, former Trump National Security Adviser John Bolton joins AC360 to react to the indictment.
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- 2756 - Anderson Cooper 360 Update for August 1, 2023
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- 2755 - Mar-a-Lago property manager makes first court appearance
The newest co-defendant in the special counsel’s criminal case against former President Trump and his staff over their alleged mishandling of classified information made his first court appearance. Carlos De Oliveira, the Mar-a-Lago property manager, was indicted by a grand jury on four charges last week and was released on $100,000 bond pending trial. Trump and his aide Walt Nauta have already pleaded not guilty in the case after being indicted in June. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe tells Anderson Cooper if there’s still time for De Oliveira to cooperate with Jack Smith’s investigators. Plus, in a New York Times/Siena College poll of the likely Republican primary electorate, the former president is dominating his rivals for the GOP presidential nomination. New Hampshire Republican Gov. Chris Sununu joins AC360 to discuss who he thinks has the best chance at challenging Trump.
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- 2754 - Trump claimed classified doc discussed on tape isn’t real, but he still returned it to the National Archives
Sources tell CNN the Top Secret document that former President Trump was heard discussing at a 2021 meeting at his New Jersey golf club was returned to the National Archives in January 2022 despite the former President saying it didn’t exist. Trump was charged with retaining the classified document as part of the superseding indictment. Conservative lawyer George Conway joins AC360 to discuss the new details in the indictment. Plus, for the last 29 consecutive days, temperatures in Phoenix, Arizona have hit above 110 degrees. Some pavement temperatures have reached 180 degrees, which could cause a deep burn if someone fell and landed on the hot surface. Dr. Kevin Foster is the director of the Arizona Burn Center at Valleywise Health. He tells Anderson Cooper what heat-related issues they’ve seen.
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- 2753 - More charges brought against Trump in classified documents case
Special counsel Jack Smith has brought additional charges against former President Trump in the classified documents case. Court documents show that Trump is being charged with an additional count of willful retention of national defense information and two additional obstruction counts related to alleged attempts to delete surveillance video footage at Mar-a-Lago Club last summer. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe joins AC360 to break down the new charges and what it means for the investigation. Plus, Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff managed the then-president’s first impeachment trial and was a member of the House select committee that investigated the January 6 attack against the U.S. Capitol. He tells Anderson Cooper how problematic he thinks this new indictment is for Trump.
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- 2752 - Hunter Biden hearing ends with judge unable to accept plea deal
The plea deal between the Justice Department and Hunter Biden is on hold after a judge said she “cannot accept the plea agreement today.” District Judge Maryellen Noreika said she had “concerns” with the deal. The president’s son had agreed to plead guilty to two tax misdemeanors with prosecutors saying they’d recommend a sentence of probation. The deal was also meant to resolve a federal firearms offense. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig tells Anderson Cooper whether he thinks the judge made the right call. Plus, CNN’s Randi Kaye remembers the life and legacy of Irish singer-songwriter Sinéad O’Connor, who died at 56.
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- 2751 - Former U.S. Marine who was released by Russia in prisoner swap injured while fighting in Ukraine
Sources tell CNN that Trevor Reed, the former U.S. Marine who was wrongfully detained in Russia for nearly three years before being released in a prisoner swap, was injured in Ukraine and is being treated at a hospital in Germany. CNN Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto tells Anderson Cooper what he’s hearing about how and why Reed ended up in Ukraine. Plus, LeBron James’ eldest son, Bronny, suffered a cardiac arrest while practicing at the University of Southern California. He is in stable condition and out of the ICU. Hall of Famer Jim Boeheim coached LeBron during the 2008 and 2012 Olympic Games. The former Syracuse coach joins AC360 to discuss the physical toll the game can have on athletes and the bond between Bronny and his dad.
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- 2750 - Special counsel scrutinizing February 2020 meeting where Trump praised U.S. election security protections
Sources tell CNN that special counsel Jack Smith and his team of investigators are looking closely at a February 2020 meeting in the Oval Office where then-President Trump praised improvements to the security of U.S. elections, including his administration’s work to expand the use of paper ballots and support security audits of vote tallies. These details contradict the voter-fraud conspiracy theories Trump spread publicly. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig tells Anderson Cooper why this meeting would interest Smith and how it could help his case against the former President. Plus, CNN Senior Data Reporter Harry Enten joins AC360 to break down one of the biggest weekends at the box office and declares who the winner was, “Barbie” or “Oppenheimer.”
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- 2749 - Judge sets May 2024 trial date for Donald Trump in documents case
The federal judge presiding over former President Trump’s classified documents case has scheduled his trial for May 2024. That’s months after the December request by special counsel Jack Smith. If that May timeline holds, the trial would fall deep in the 2024 race for the White House and would be during multiple Republican presidential primaries. Journalists and authors Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein join AC360 to discuss the effect a trial during an election year could have on the race and the other ongoing Trump investigations. Plus, singer, songwriter, and actor Josh Groban tells AC360 about working with the legendary Tony Bennett, who died at the age of 96.
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- 2748 - Special counsel continues to schedule witness interviews even as potential Trump indictment looms
Investigators with special counsel Jack Smith’s team are expected to talk to additional witnesses over the next several weeks in their election interference probe as a potential third indictment for the former President Trump looms. One of those witnesses is expected to be a former attorney for Trump. The former president was told by the special counsel that he is a target in the investigation into efforts to overturn the 2020 election. CNN Chief Correspondent Kaitlan Collins tells Anderson Cooper who testified today and why they are an important witness. Plus, a source tells CNN that authorities in the Gilgo Beach serial killings case are working with the theory that the suspect, 59-year-old Rex Heuermann, murdered the victims inside his Long Island home. John Miller is the former NYPD Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism. He joins AC360 to discuss the investigation and the continued search for evidence.
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- 2747 - Sources: Trump team seeks info on evidence and witnesses after special counsel target letter
Sources tell CNN that former President Trump’s team of lawyers and advisers are trying to find out if there is any evidence or witnesses they don’t know about that are bolstering special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation into the efforts to overturn the 2020 election. The former president said he received a target letter from Smith over the weekend. CNN Chief Correspondent Kaitlan Collins tells Anderson Cooper if the Trump team has responded to the target letter yet. Plus, former Arkansas governor and current candidate for the Republican presidential nomination Asa Hutchinson joins AC360 to discuss whether he thinks the Justice Department has been weaponized against the former President with another potential indictment possible.
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- 2746 - Trump says he’s the target of the special counsel’s probe into the 2020 election aftermath
Former President Trump says he’s been informed by special counsel Jack Smith’s office that he is the target of the criminal investigation into the attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election, a sign he could be charged soon. The former President has already been indicted twice, in a New York hush money case and in Smith's probe into Trump's mishandling of classified documents. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe tells Anderson Cooper whether he thinks the special counsel or the Department of Justice would send a target letter if they didn’t believe they had a strong case. Plus, state prosecutors in Michigan charged the 16 Republicans who served as fake electors in 2020. Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson joins AC360 to react to the charges.
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- 2745 - Manchin refuses to rule out third party presidential campaign
West Virginia Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin defended his flirtation with a third-party presidential campaign saying he had no plans to play “spoiler” in the 2024 election. Manchin spoke at a No Labels forum in New Hampshire with former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman, a Republican, who told reporters after that any talk of a Manchin-Huntsman ticket was premature and a distraction. Cornel West is running for President as a Green Party candidate. He tells Anderson Cooper if he’s concerned about a third-party candidate siphoning votes away and potentially leading to another four years of former President Trump in the White House. Plus, CNN’s Alex Marquardt joins AC360 from Odesa, Ukraine where Russia is retaliating for the naval drone attack on its bridge to Crimea 24 hours earlier.
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- 2744 - Serial Killer Caught?
Rex Heuermann, a New York architect, pleaded not guilty Friday to six counts of murder in connection with the deaths of three of the four women known as the "Gilgo Four". The charges relate to the deaths of Melissa Barthelemy, Megan Waterman, and Amber Costello. A fourth woman, Maureen Brainard-Barnes, was found in the same spot, alongside the other victims, and authorities say Heuermann is also the prime suspect in her death. Their bodies were all found near Gilgo Beach on Long Island’s South Shore back in December 2010. After Heuermann’s court appearance, he was remanded without bail. He has been charged with three counts of murder in the first degree and three counts of murder in the second degree, according to an indictment filed in the case. Suffolk County District Attorney Raymond Tierney talks with Anderson about the investigation and former FBI Senior profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole shares what stands out about this suspect.
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- 2743 - Special counsel rips apart Trump’s plea to delay Mar-a-Lago classified documents trial
Special counsel Jack Smith told a federal judge Thursday that there was no reason to postpone scheduling a trial date in the classified documents case against Donald Trump, in a court filing that aggressively rejected the reasons the former president and his co-defendant gave for why the trial should be delayed. Tim Parlatore, a former member of the former president's legal team, joins Anderson.
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- 2742 - One-on-one with Chris Christie
Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a former Trump ally who launched his presidential bid in June, has made it his mission to sharply attack Trump. Christie told Anderson he has reached the number of donors that the Republican National Committee requires candidates to meet in order to make the first GOP primary debate stage in August. Christie also weighed in on how FBI Director Christopher Wray, who he recommended for the job, did at a congressional hearing today.
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- 2741 - Trying to run out the clock
Former Pres. Trump is trying to run out the clock in the classified documents case. A court filing shows attorneys for him and his co-defendant Walt Nauta are asking a federal judge to delay the case. They argue the former president can’t be tried until after the 2024 election. Special counsel Jack Smith wants a December trial. Anderson talks to Rep. Daniel Goldman, who before running for office was part of the Democratic counsel during the former president’s impeachment inquiry. And Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama finally condemned White nationalists, telling reporters on Capitol Hill on Tuesday that “White nationalists are racists,” after previously refusing to denounce them. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, a wounded combat veteran and Democratic senator from Illinois, discusses Tuberville's comments and how he has been blocking military nominations in the Senate as part of a protest of Pentagon reproductive health policies.
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- 2740 - Hidden details on Putin's secret train
Paperwork and photographs obtained exclusively by the London-based Russian investigations group the Dossier Center, and shared with CNN, and other news outlets, reveal details the Kremlin shrouds from public view. The fact that Putin uses a train is well known. The Kremlin itself has released images of meetings held on board, in an ornately decorated boardroom. The contents of the train’s other 20-odd cars, however, have been a closely guarded state secret. CNN's Matthew Chance has details on Putin's secret train. And President Biden met with the United Kingdom's King Charles today but did he follow proper royal protocol? Anderson and CNN Royal Commentator Sally Bedell Smith discuss the historic visit.
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- 2739 - Special counsel prosecutors question witnesses about chaotic oval office meeting after Trump lost 2020 election
Special counsel Jack Smith and his investigators have a signaled a continued interest on a chaotic Oval Office meeting after then-President Trump lost the 2020 election and his allies allegedly schemed about ways to keep him in power over objections to White House counsel. Former National Security Adviser John Bolton wasn’t in the room for that meeting but is familiar with the players, including the former President. He joins AC360 to react to the CNN exclusive reporting. Plus, Casey DeSantis hit the campaign trail for her first solo event in Iowa for her husband, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is hoping to win the 2024 Republican nomination for President. CNN National Correspondent Kristen Holmes tells Anderson Cooper how Casey DeSantis plans to build her brand.
Guests: John Bolton, Kristen Holmes
Airdate: July 7, 2023
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- 2738 - Sources: Special counsel prosecutors question witnesses about chaotic Oval Office meeting after Trump lost the 2020 election
Special counsel Jack Smith and his investigators have a signaled a continued interest on a chaotic Oval Office after then-President Trump lost the 2020 election and his allies allegedly schemed about ways to keep him in power over objections to White House counsel. Sources tell CNN that investigators have asked several witnesses before the grand jury and during interviews about that meeting. CNN Chief Correspondent Kaitlan Collins joins AC360 to discuss some of people they spoke with, who else was there, and why investigators want to learn more. Plus, the Secret Service’s investigation into the bag of cocaine found in the West Wing is expected to conclude early next week, regardless of whether a suspect is identified. Former Secret Service agent Jonathan Wackrow tells Anderson Cooper why this type of investigation is “complicated on a few different levels.”
Guests: Kaitlan Collins, Jonathan Wackrow
Airdate: July 6, 2023
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- 2737 - Prosecutors: Man went to Obama’s DC neighborhood after Trump social media post
Federal prosecutors say the man arrested with firearms went to former President Obama’s Washington, DC neighborhood after he saw former President Trump’s post on social media what he claimed to be the Obamas’ address. Taylor Taranto already had an open warrant for his arrest related to riot charges connected to the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol. CNN Chief Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analyst John Miller tells Anderson Cooper how multiple law enforcement agencies were able to work together to find and arrest Taranto. Plus, a shark was seen swimming near the shore of a crowded Florida beach over the July 4th holiday weekend. And shark patrols are being increased on Long Island, New York, after five people may have been bitten by sharks in 24 hours. CNN Senior Data Reporter Harry Enten joins AC360 to discuss what the data says about shark attacks and sightings.
Guests: John Miller, Harry Enten
Airdate: July 5, 2023
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- 2736 - Anderson Cooper 360 Update for July 4, 2023Wed, 05 Jul 2023
- 2735 - Israeli forces launch biggest military operation in West Bank in more than 20 years
Israeli forces launched its largest military operation in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin in more than 20 years, killing at least eight people and injuring about 100 others, according to Palestinian officials. The Israel Defense Forces said in a statement it launched the ongoing “extensive counterterrorism effort in the area of the city of Jenin and the Jenin Camp,” striking “terrorist infrastructure.” CNN's Hadas Gold is in Jerusalem with the latest. And competitive eating champion, Joey Chestnut, is going for his 16th win at Nathan's famous hot dog eating contest on the 4th of July. He joins us before the big competition to talk about how he prepares and whether he thinks he can set a world record.
Guests: Hadas Gold, Joey Chestnut
Airdate: July 3, 2023
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- 2734 - Biden: Supreme Court decision on student loans “wrong”
President Biden called the Supreme Court’s decision on student loans “wrong” and said he will “stop at nothing” to find student aid relief. The Supreme Court struck down his student loan forgiveness program, blocking millions of borrowers from receiving up to $20,000 in federal student debt relief, just months before student loan payments are set to restart after a yearslong pause. NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg joins AC360 to discuss the high court and its recent decisions. Plus, hundreds of sea lions and dolphins have washed up dead or sick in California. CNN Senior National Correspondent David Culver tells AC360 the likely culprit.
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- 2733 - Supreme Court guts affirmative action in college admissions
The Supreme Court overturned the long-standing precedent that has benefited Black and Latino students in higher education by saying it’s unlawful for colleges and universities to take race into consideration as a specific factor for admissions. CNN Senior Supreme Court Analyst Joan Biskupic was in the courtroom when the opinions were read. She tells AC360 what the mood was like among the justices and if there was any tension between them. Plus, the U.S. Coast Guard says “presumed human remains” were found with the debris and evidence that was recovered from the sea floor where the wreckage of the Titan submersible was found. CNN Correspondent Paula Newton joins AC360 to give an update on how much of the sub has been recovered and what’s next with the investigation.
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- 2732 - Trump claims he wasn’t showing off classified documents and says holding up papers “was bravado”
Former President Trump told Semafor and ABC News he has “no regrets” and claims he “didn’t have a classified document” despite CNN obtaining the audio recording of the 2021 meeting in Bedminster, New Jersey where Trump discusses holding secret documents he did not declassify. The former president called his words caught on tape “bravado.” Legendary journalists and authors Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein join AC360 to discuss the recording and how they think the Republican Party should address it. Plus, Madonna is recovering after contracting a “serious bacterial infection” that led to several days in the ICU. CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen tells Anderson Cooper how common those infections are and how they’re treated.
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- 2731 - Trump on audio obtained by CNN: “I did nothing wrong”
Former President Trump insisted he did “nothing wrong” when asked about the audio recording CNN exclusively obtained of the 2021 meeting in Bedminster, New Jersey, where President Trump discusses holding secret documents he did not declassify. Trump claimed what he said was “absolutely fine and very perfectly.” Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe tells Anderson Cooper whether he thinks Jack Smith has a strong case against the former President. Plus, CNN National Correspondent Kristen Holmes joins AC360 from New Hampshire where Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis traded jabs on the campaign trail.
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- 2730 - CNN obtains the tape of Trump's 2021 conversation about classified documents
CNN has exclusively obtained the audio recording of the 2021 meeting in Bedminster, New Jersey, where President Trump discusses holding secret documents he did not declassify. The recording includes new details from the conversation that is a critical piece of evidence in special counsel Jack Smith's indictment of Trump over the mishandling of classified information, including a moment when Trump seems to indicate he was holding a secret Pentagon document with plans to attack Iran. Conservative attorney George Conway tells Anderson Cooper that the audio is “stunning” and that the former President has “no respect for the country.” Plus, following the insurrection launched by the Wagner Group over the weekend, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that "the armed rebellion would have been suppressed anyway.” The New Yorker’s David Remnick joins AC360 to discuss Putin’s reaction to the insurrection.
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- 2729 - Russian generals accuse Wagner leader of attempting coup
Armored vehicles are on the streets of Moscow after Russia’s FSB security service accused Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin of calling for an “armed rebellion.” Prigozhin is accusing Russia’s military of deliberately striking and killing a “huge amount” of his paramilitary forces. According to sources, White House officials are closely monitoring the situation and the potential power struggle.
Plus, Canada’s Transportation Safety Board announced it is launching a probe into the doomed expedition which resulted in the death of all five passengers on board a submersible heading down to the site of the Titanic. Anderson in Canada as experts detail “large red flags” in the submersible’s design materials.
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- 2728 - U.S. Coast Guard: Titanic-bound submersible suffered “catastrophic implosion”
The U.S Coast Guard says the Titanic-bound submersible that went missing with five people on board suffered a “catastrophic implosion” ultimately killing everyone. Search crews located “five different major pieces of debris" identified from the Titan submersible. James Cameron was the director of the iconic “Titanic” film and has traveled down to the wreckage more than 30 times. He tells Anderson Cooper what he thinks happened to the vessel.
Plus, retired Navy physician and current Florida International University professor Dr. Aileen Marty joins AC360 to discuss if the bodies of the five passengers will ever be recovered.
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- 2727 - Additional vessels join search after more noises heard
The massive search operation continues for the submersible that went missing Sunday as officials fear there’s less than a day’s worth of oxygen for the five people onboard. The U.S. Coast Guard said this is still a “search and rescue mission” and they are unsure whether the banging noises picked up by sonar are from the missing sub. Josh Gates is the host of Expedition Unknown on Discovery and did a test dive on the same submersible that’s missing. He tells Anderson Cooper it’s “haunting” to know the same sub he spent time in, is still missing.
Plus, the House voted to censure Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, a key lawmaker in Democrats’ congressional investigations into former President Trump during his presidency. Rep. Schiff joins AC360 to respond to the censure vote.
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- 2726 - Missing Titanic sub search continues as air supply onboard dwindles
A massive search operation continues to find the submersible with five people onboard that went missing on a trip to view the Titanic wreckage that sits at the bottom of the ocean nearly 13,000 feet underwater southeast of Newfoundland, Canada. The U.S. Coast Guard says they are working “around the clock” to try and find the missing sub. Per Wimmer is a self-described adventurer who has been involved with two missions attempting to reach the Titanic. He tells Anderson Cooper what he thinks may have happened to the submersible and says “time is the enemy” for those onboard.
Plus, Hunter Biden is expected to plead guilty to federal tax changes and struck a deal with federal prosecutors to resolve a felony gun charge. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig joins AC360 to discuss whether or not the President’s son got a “sweetheart deal.”
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- 2725 - Anderson Cooper 360 Update for June 19, 2023Tue, 20 Jun 2023
- 2724 - CNN exclusive: testimonies detail atrocities by Wagner-backed militia in Sudan
Sudanese rights organizations say atrocities are being committed in Darfur and CNN has uncovered evidence that the Russian mercenary group Wagner is complicit, continuing to support Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF) paramilitary throughout the months of fighting despite calls by the U.S and others for support to cease. In an exclusive investigation, CNN uncovered the Russian supply lines prolonging the conflict between the RSF and Sudan's armed forces that has displaced around two-million people since mid-April and pushed the country further into a humanitarian crisis. The RSF denies links to Wagner and any involvement in mass rape. As part of this investigation, CNN verified and corroborated incidents of rape perpetrated by the RSF, including one which was captured on video. We warn you the content is graphic and disturbing. CNN’s Nima Elbagir has the story. And, in 2000 and 2016, some Democrats feared Green Party candidates took enough votes from the Democratic nominees to swing the election. Could it happen in 2024? Dr. Cornel West announced he’s now running for the Green Party nomination. He joined the program to talk about his run.
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- 2723 - Judge Cannon jumpstarts oversight of Trump classified documents case with order on security clearances
The U.S. District judge who will oversee the trial of former President Trump issued her first order since he pleaded not guilty to 37 charges related to alleged mishandling of classified documents. Judge Aileen Cannon gave “all attorneys of record and forthcoming attorneys of record” a Friday deadline for getting in touch with the Justice Department’s litigation security group so that they can expedite “the necessary clearance process.” Former federal prosecutor Nick Akerman tells AC360 why he thinks the concerns about Judge Cannon’s impartiality are overblown.
Plus, former Senior Adviser to Pres. Obama David Axelrod sat down with his former boss on his “Axe Files” podcast to talk about the state of the Republican party and race in America.
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- 2722 - Garland defends special counsel Smith and directs questions about Trump's federal indictment to court filings
Attorney General Merrick Garland defended special counsel Jack Smith following the Justice Department’s indictment of former President Trump over his handling of classified documents. After his arraignment, Trump slammed the indictment and investigation calling it a “heinous abuse of power.” Former Republican Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan joins AC360 to discuss his party’s reaction to the former President’s arrest and arraignment.
Plus, CNN National Correspondent Gary Tuchman gives AC360 an update on the four children who survived in the dense Amazon jungle for more than a month after their plane crashed on May 1.
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- 2721 - Trump pleads not guilty to mishandling classified intelligence documents
Former President Trump pleaded not guilty in a Miami, Florida federal courthouse to 37 charges relating to his alleged mishandling of classified documents. During the hearing, Trump had a scowl on his face while he sat hunched over with his arms crossed. Former federal prosecutor and CNN Chief Legal Analyst Laura Coates tells Anderson Cooper if today’s arraignment went as she expected.
Plus, journalist and author Carl Bernstein joins AC360 to discuss this historical day that saw Trump become the first former President to be arraigned in a federal court and the first to face federal charges.
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- 2720 - CNN Republican Presidential Town Hall with Chris Christie
Anderson Cooper moderates a CNN Republican Presidential Town Hall with former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie from New York.
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- 2719 - Federal indictment against Trump unsealed in classified docs case
An historic 49-page federal indictment against former President Trump was unsealed this afternoon. Trump faces a total of 37 counts, including 31 counts of willful retention of national defense information. One of his 2024 rivals in the Republican presidential race, former federal prosecutor and New Jersey governor Chris Christie, gives his thoughts on the indictment. And Democratic Washington State Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, who is a member of the House Judiciary Committee, weighs in the federal case.
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- 2718 - Sources: Donald Trump Indicted in Classified Documents Probe
Former President Donald Trump has been indicted in the special counsel’s classified documents probe, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN. This unprecedented moment in history follows a lengthy investigation into Trump's handling of classified documents after he left the White House, as well as possible obstruction of the investigation and government efforts to retrieve the material. Trump has been charged with seven counts in the indictment, according to another source familiar with the matter. At least one of the charges against Trump will be a conspiracy charge, a source said. According to Trump, he has been summoned to appear at the Federal Courthouse in Miami on Tuesday.
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- 2717 - Prosecutors tell Trump he is a target in federal classified documents probe
Sources tell CNN that the Justice Department has informed former President Trump he is a target in federal investigation into the possible mishandling of classified documents. This could be a sign that prosecutors are inching closer to indicting the former President and solidifies that special counsel Jack Smith’s investigation is focused on Trump’s actions. Former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Elliot Williams joins AC360 to discuss how common it is for someone to be indicted after they are informed they’re a target of an investigation.
Plus, around 75 million people are under air quality alerts as wildfire smoke from Canada has slowly pushed south into major U.S. cities. CNN Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir is live from New York where the air quality index hit 484 earlier today. Anything above 300 is considered “hazardous.” He tells Anderson Cooper how long these conditions could last and where the smoke is headed next.
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- 2716 - Federal prosecutors using a second grand jury in Florida as part of the Trump classified documents probe
Sources tell CNN that federal prosecutors are using a second grand jury in south Florida and have heard testimony from multiple witnesses as part of the investigation into former President Trump’s handling of classified documents. Another witness is expected to testify tomorrow at a federal courthouse in Miami with at least one other witness expected after that. There’s been a grand jury in Washington, DC to help gather evidence and witness testimony so it’s unclear why the special counsel is using a special grand jury in Florida. CNN Chief Correspondent Kaitlan Collins joins AC360 to discuss how Trump and his allies are reacting to the news of this second grand jury.
Plus, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie kicked off his 2024 presidential campaign with some sharp attacks against Trump calling him a “lonely, self-consumed mirror hog” who, by force of personality alone, represents a threat to the republic. CNN Senior Political Analyst Gloria Borger spoke with Christie’s senior adviser. She tells Anderson Cooper what the former New Jersey governor’s lane will be in this crowded field of candidates.
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- 2715 - Mar-a-Lago flood draws attention of prosecutors in Trump documents case
Sources exclusively tell CNN that an employee at former President Trump’s Florida resort drained the resort’s swimming pool last October which flooded a room that held computer servers containing surveillance video logs. At least one witness was asked about this incident by prosecutors as part of the federal investigation into the former President’s handling of classified documents. While it's unclear if the room was intentionally flooded or if it happened by mistake, the incident occurred amid a series of events that federal prosecutors found suspicious. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe joins AC360 to discuss the new development and why he thinks the Department of Justice is investigating possible obstruction by the former President.
Plus, CNN Senior Data Reporter Harry Enten has a special birthday surprise for Anderson!
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- 2714 - Trump lawyers haven’t found classified document he referred to on tape following subpoena
Two sources tell CNN that attorneys for former President Trump haven’t found the classified document he referred to on a 2021 tape. Prosecutors issued a subpoena after asking a Trump aide in front of a grand jury about the audio recording at the former President’s golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey. On the tape, Trump acknowledges he held onto a classified Pentagon document about a potential attack on Iran. Conservative attorney George Conway tells Anderson Cooper this new revelation is “just another smoking gun in a smoking arsenal.”
Plus, CNN Senior Political Commentator and former Senior Adviser to Pres. Obama David Axelrod joins AC360 to discuss President Biden’s remarks from the Oval Office after averting “an economic crisis and an economic collapse.”
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- 2713 - Trump ignores CNN questions about recording where he discusses classified documents
Former President Trump didn’t respond to questions from CNN about how classified documents ended up at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf club. CNN learned from multiple sources that federal prosecutors have an audio recording from a 2021 meeting where Trump acknowledged he held onto a classified Pentagon document about a potential attack on Iran, which undercuts his argument that he declassified everything. CNN Chief Correspondent Kaitlan Collins joins AC360 to discuss Trump’s decision to not answer questions.
Plus, the White House says President Biden is “fine” after tripping on a sandbag and falling on stage at the Air Force Academy commencement. CNN Chief White House Correspondent Phil Mattingly tells Anderson Cooper what Biden had to say about his fall when he returned to the White House.
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- 2712 - Trump captured on tape talking about classified document he kept after leaving White House
CNN has exclusively learned from multiple sources that federal prosecutors have an audio recording from a 2021 meeting where former President Trump acknowledged he held onto a classified Pentagon document about a potential attack on Iran, which undercuts his argument that he declassified everything. Special counsel Jack Smith has focused on the meeting as part of the criminal investigation into Trump’s handling of national security secrets. Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe tells Anderson Cooper this evidence could be “really impactful.”
Plus, CNN Chief Congressional Correspondent Manu Raju joins AC360 from Capitol Hill where the House is expected to vote on the debt limit bill after lawmakers approved the debate rule.
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- 2711 - Debt limit deal faces crucial test ahead of House vote
The House Rules Committee is meeting to decide whether to advance the debt limit deal reached by President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. GOP hardliners have slammed the deal saying they would sink it and question McCarthy’s leadership. Republican Rep. Dusty Johnson, who helped negotiate the deal, tells Anderson Cooper he’s confident a majority of House Republicans will support the bill.
Plus, actor Jeremy Strong joins AC360 to talk about the series finale of “Succession” and what it was like playing Kendall Roy.
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- 2710 - Anderson Cooper 360 Update for May 29, 2023Tue, 30 May 2023
- 2709 - Yellen: Congress must address debt ceiling by June 5
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned that if Congress doesn’t address the debt ceiling by June 5, the U.S. Treasury Department won’t have enough money to pay the nation’s obligations in full and on time. President Biden and House Republicans continue to negotiate a deal so the U.S. doesn’t default. Democratic Rep. Seth Moulton tells AC360 whether he thinks a deal can be reached in time.
Plus, Boston Celtics co-owner and President and CEO of Granite Telecommunications Rob Hale surprised University of Massachusetts Boston graduates with $1,000 each. He joins AC360 to discuss why giving back is so important to him.
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- 2708 - Washington Post: Trump employees moved boxes day before DOJ went to Mar-a-Lago
Two employees of former President Trump moved boxes of papers at Mar-a-Lago just a day before the Department of Justice went to the Florida resort to collect classified documents, according to The Washington Post. The newspaper also reports that investigators have evidence that Trump kept the classified documents in a visible place in his office and would show them to visitors. Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Elie Honig tells Anderson Cooper the key things prosecutors have to prove is “knowledge and intent” that the former President knew what he was doing with the documents.
Plus, Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders joins AC360 to discuss the ongoing debt ceiling negotiations.
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- 2707 - DeSantis announces he’s running for President
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis officially announced he’s running for President in 2024. DeSantis’ decision to run sets up a clash with current Republican primary frontrunner, former President Trump, who once endorsed him for Florida governor. Former Trump White House Director of Communications Alyssa Farah Griffin tells Anderson Cooper what kind of “campaigner” DeSantis is and if he stands a chance against Trump.
Plus, legendary jazz pianist and composer Herbie Hancock joins AC360 to remember his friend and the “Queen of Rock and Roll,” Tina Turner, who died at the age of 83.
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- 2706 - Ron DeSantis to kick off 2024 presidential campaign in conversation with Twitter owner Elon Musk
CNN has learned that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will kick off his Republican presidential campaign tomorrow in a virtual conversation with Twitter owner Elon Musk. People familiar with the governor’s planning say DeSantis will have an aggressive schedule and his team is plotting an unpredictable, relentless blitz of the political map designed to quickly get him in front of thousands of primary voters. CNN Reporter Steve Contorno joins AC360 from Miami to discuss DeSantis’ strategy for defeating former President Trump.
Plus, Irvin Walker is one of the survivors of the mass shooting at an outlet mall in Allen, Texas earlier this month where eight people died. He tells Anderson Cooper about the moment he realized he had been shot and how he was able to call for help.
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- 2705 - Biden and McCarthy meet as U.S. debt default deadline looms
President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy met at the White House to discuss how to avoid a default on the nation’s debt. McCarthy told reporters there’s no deal but it was a “productive discussion.” CNN Capitol Hill Reporter Melanie Zanona joins AC360 from Capitol Hill to discuss what the major sticking points are between the Democrats and Republicans.
Plus, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott officially announced he’s entering the Republican presidential primary. CNN Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash tells Anderson Cooper what she thinks Scott’s lane will be as he goes toe-to-toe with former President Trump, currently the Republican frontrunner.
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- 2704 - President Biden plans to announce a new military aid package worth hundreds of millions of dollars at G7 summit
Sources tell CNN that President Biden plans to announce a new military aid package that is worth hundreds of millions of dollars during the G7 summit in Japan. The war in Ukraine is one of the top agenda items during the three-day summit where the world’s wealthiest democracies are expected to make a strong statement of unity in support of Ukraine. Jill Dougherty is a global fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center and an adjunct professor at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She tells Anderson Cooper if she thinks the Kremlin still sees a path to victory.
Plus, presidential historian and author of “Leadership in Turbulent Times” Doris Kearns Goodwin joins AC360 to discuss the banning of books from school libraries and classrooms.
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- 2703 - Gov. Ron DeSantis expected to enter 2024 presidential race next week
Sources tell CNN that Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to file paperwork with the Federal Election Commission and announce he’s entering the 2024 GOP presidential race next week. The Florida governor has been openly feuding with Disney, who has just upped the ante by scrapping plans to build a $1 billion office complex in the state, likely costing the state 2,000 white collar jobs. Former Trump White House Director of Communications Alyssa Farah Griffin tells Anderson Cooper she thinks the Florida Republican was “bound to get outmaneuvered by Disney” and shares how electable she thinks he is with voters.
Plus, national security attorney Mark Zaid joins AC360 to discuss the likelihood of Trump being charged after news that the National Archives plans to share records with the special counsel showing the former President and his advisers knew the correct declassification process.
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- 2702 - New evidence in special counsel probe may undercut Trump’s claim documents he took were automatically declassified
Sources tell CNN that the National Archives informed former President Trump that they’ll be handing over 16 records to special counsel Jack Smith that show Trump and his top advisers knew the correct declassification process while he was in the White House. Trump and his allies have insisted that while he was President, he didn’t have to follow a specific process to declassify documents. Carrie Cordero is a former counsel to the U.S. Assistant Attorney General for National Security. She tells Anderson Cooper what this could mean legally for the former President.
Plus, Andy Cohen, host and executive producer of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live,” joins AC360 to discuss his new book, “The Daddy Diaries” and the latest happenings from the world of Bravo.
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- 2701 - Ukraine’s capital hit by a barrage of Russian missiles
The Ukrainian capital was hit by a Russian missile attack that the head of the Kyiv city military administration said was “exceptional in its density, with the maximum number of missiles in the shortest time possible.” Ukrainian officials say air defenses destroyed most of the missiles and drones. Retired Gen. Wesley Clark tells Anderson Cooper if he thinks the Russians have enough supply to keep firing these missiles in these attacks.
Plus, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins AC360 to discuss what researchers are calling a “major clue” in their work to unlock the secrets of Alzheimer’s disease.
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- 2700 - Durham’s report finds FBI used “uncorroborated intelligence” to launch investigation into Trump and Russia
Special Counsel John Durham concluded that the FBI used “raw, unanalyzed and uncorroborated intelligence” to launch an investigation into former President Trump’s campaign and Russia during the 2016 election. Former FBI Deputy Director and CNN Senior Law Enforcement Analyst Andrew McCabe was mentioned in Durham’s report. He joins AC360 to discuss the findings and why he “vehemently” disagrees with the way Durham’s characterizes what the FBI did. Plus, the four University of Idaho students who were fatally stabbed in their off-campus house last year were remembered for their “strength and inspiration” during the weekend’s graduation ceremonies. They were all honored with posthumous degrees and certificates. CNN National Correspondent Gary Tuchman sat down with Madison Mogen’s family. He tells Anderson Cooper how her family plans to continue to honor Maddie’s life.
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