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ANDERSON COOPER 360 DEGREES


AT THIS HOUR


CNN NEWSROOM
• Trump Takes Aim at Trade Partners; Bill Clinton New Interview; Supreme Court Rules on Abortion Case. Aired 9:30-10a ET
• Did White House Lie to Public About Trump Tower Meeting?; North Korea Summit Preparations; Trump's Former White House Physician Under Investigation. Aired 3-3:30p ET
• Arizona Police: Suspect Linked to 4 Murders Found Dead in Hotel Room; Clinton Says He Doesn't Owe Monica Lewinsky an Apology; White House Daily Briefing. Aired 2:30-3p ET
• Report: Trump Says, Have the Absolute Power to Pardon Self; Trump Dictated Statement for Son on Trump Tower Meetings; GOP Leader Says Trump Is Not Going to Pardon Himself; Source Says Trump-Kim Meeting Will Be More Like Meet and Greet; Police Suspect Linked to 4 Murders Kills Self. Aired 2-2:30p ET
• Source Says Trump-Kim Summit for Meet and Greet; Newborn of Fallen Hero Is Photo Shoot; FBI Agent in Break Dance Shoots Person by Accident. Aired 3:30-4p ET
• President Trump Claims He Has Absolute Right to Pardon Himself; North Korea Summit Discussed; Interview with Rep. David Cicilline. Aired 9-9:30a ET
• Giuliani Says Trump Probably has Power to Pardon Himself; Fuego Volcano Eruption Kills At Least 25 in Guatemala; Top North Korean Military Officials Replaced Ahead of Summit; G7 Allies Blast U.S. Tariffs Ahead of Summit; China Warns U.S. Trade Talk Progress Wiped Out if Tariffs Imposed. Aired 1-2a ET
• President Trump Claims He Has Absolute Right to Pardon Himself; Rudy Giuliani Says Trump Dictated Statement on Trump Tower Meeting; Supreme Court Rules on Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case; Aired 10-10:30a ET
• An Untouchable President, That's What Donald Trump's Attorneys Would Have Us Believe, Racing Questions About Presidential Powers; US And Russia Is To Get Ready For Historic Sit Down With North Korea; Villages Blanketed By Ash As Smoke As A Deadly Volcano Erupts In Guatemala, First Day Of Protest In Jordan Over Tax Reform Aired: 12- 1a ET
• Rudy Giuliani, One Of Donald Trump's Lawyers Says The President Could Probably Pardon Himself If It Came To That, But He Doesn't Intend To; North Korea's Top Three Military Officials Have Been Replaced Just Over A Week Before The Trump-Kim Summit; How US Tariffs Might Take A Bite Out Of Beer Drinkers' Wallets. Aired: 2-3a ET
• Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Baker Who Refused to Bake Cake for Same-Sex Wedding; Interview with Sen. Ed Markey (D), Massachusetts. Aired 10:30-11a ET
• Rudy Giuliani Suggests It May Be Pointless For Trump To Testify; Giuliani States Trump Could "Shoot Former FBI Director James Comey And Still Not Be Indicted For It"; Central America's Fuego volcano has stopped erupting after nearly 17 hours, but ash from it is still in the air affecting nearby communities; Thousands Of Protesters Taking To The Streets In Jordan Demanding The Prime Minister's Resignation After The Government Proposed Raising Income Taxes For Some Workers. Aired 3-4a ET


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