Sam Nunberg reversed his previous statements about whether President Donald Trump knew in advance about a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between campaign officials and Russians offering dirt on Hillary Clinton. Nunberg said Sunday that he believes Trump when he denies knowledge of the meeting.
Donald Trump is denying that he knew in advance about the meeting in which Russian nationals and a Kremlin-linked lawyer offered ‘dirt’ on Hillary Clinton, yet new information casts doubt on the president’s narrative, and could influence Robert Mueller’s probe. Joy Reid and her panel discuss.
President Donald Trump faces potential legal and political danger if it’s proven he knew in advance about a meeting his son and campaign aides had with Russians said to be promising dirt on Hillary Clinton, according to former federal prosecutors.
Two years ago, on July 27, 2016, candidate Trump asked Russia to find Hillary Clinton's emails at a press conference on the campaign trail. How different are those words with all we know now? Malcolm Nance reacts.
Sources tell CBS News that President Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, is ready to tell the special counsel that then-candidate Trump knew in advance about a 2016 meeting at Trump Tower. The meeting was between his campaign and Russians promising dirt on Hillary Clinton. CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid reports.
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