CNN Transcripts for October 5, 2019
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Democrats Subpoena White House for Ukraine Documents; Republicans Respond to Trump's Comments on Ukraine; At Least 41 Deaths in Iraqi Demonstrations; Prince Harry Sues U.K. Tabloids over Phone Hack. Aired 3-3:30a ET
Democrats Subpoena White House for Ukraine Documents; Demonstrators Defy Hong Kong Emergency Ban on Masks; At Least 41 Deaths in Iraqi Demonstrations; Republicans Respond to Trump's Comments on Ukraine; Bernie Sanders Leaves Hospital after Heart Attack; Security Concern as "Joker" Opens in U.S. Aired 4-5a ET
Secretary of State Pompeo Misses Deadline for Providing Requested Documents to Congress; Reporting Indicates Second Intelligence Officer May File Whistleblower Complaint against President Trump and Testify Before Congress; Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Released from Hospital after Suffering Heart Attack; Moderate House Democrats Hold Townhalls after Supporting Impeachment of President Trump; President Trump Attacks Republican Senator Mitt Romney on Twitter; Device Deployed to Clean Up Plastic in Oceans; U.K. Prince Harry Sues Tabloid Press. Aired 10-11a ET.
Democrats Subpoena White House for Ukraine Documents; Republicans Respond to Trump's Comments on Ukraine; Demonstrators Defy Hong Kong Emergency Ban on Masks; At Least 41 Deaths in Iraqi Demonstrations; Trump Children under Scrutiny; Bernie Sanders Leaves Hospital after Heart Attack. Aired 5-6a ET
Congress Subpoenas White House for Ukraine Documents; Trump Openly Urges China to Investigate Bidens; Iran-Backed Hackers Targeted U.S. President Campaign; Sanders Leaves Hospital, Campaign Says He had a Heart Attack. Aired 11a-12p ET
New Developments in the Impeachment Inquiry; President Trump Remains Defiant; Secretary of State Pompeo Has Not Supplied Subpoenaed Documents; House Democrats Subpoena White House Documents from Mick Mulvaney; Sanders Vows to Return to Campaign Trail After Heart Attack; Ukraine Says It Will Review Investigation into Energy Company; Some House Dems Facing Pushback Over Inquiry Support; GOP Senator Confronted Over Her Silence on Trump's Behavior; Officials: DeVos' Security Could Cost $26M Over Four Years. Aired 12-1p ET
President Donald Trump Attacked Senator Mitt Romney; President Donald Trump Discrediting The Whistleblower; Senator Bernie Sanders Is Out Of The Hospital; How Past Presidents Stared Down The Barrel Of Impeachment; Voters Weigh In On Impeachment In Split Georgia District; New Episode Of "This Is Life" With Lisa Ling Premieres Sunday Night At 10:00 P.M. Aired 3-4p ET
Investigation Into President Trump And The Ukraine Controversy Ramp Up; President Trump Claims There Was No Quid Pro Quo Between His Administration And Ukraine's Leaders; Trump Children Under Scrutiny; GOP Mostly After Trump Asks China & Ukraine to Investigate Biden But Feel Heat In Home Districts; Impeachment Inquiry Coming Up In Major Labor Summits In Los Angeles; Foreign Leaders Forced Into Front-Row Circus Seat Next To Trump. Aired 4-5p ET
Victim's Brother Hugs & Forgives Botham Jean's Killer; Freedom from Religion Foundation Files Complaint Against Guyger Case Judge for "Overstepping Judicial Authority"; FBI Running Facebook Ads Targeting Russia Spies in Washington; Sanders Traveling Back to Vermont Today & Plans Campaign Trail Return. Aired 1-2p ET
President Trump Attacks Republican Senator Mitt Romney on Twitter after Senator Romney Criticizes President Trump's Call with Ukrainian President; State Department Misses Deadline for Providing Requested Documents to Congress; President Trump Criticizes Reporting on His Comments on Border Wall; Adam Schiff Targeted by Republicans for Criticism while Leading Impeachment Inquiry into President Trump; Moderate House Democrats Hold Townhalls after Supporting Impeachment of President Trump; Protests Turn Violent in Iraq; Four Homeless Men Found Beaten to Death in New York; Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders Released from Hospital after Suffering Heart Attack. Aired 2-3p ET.
White House Subpoenaed; Trump Insults Romney; Leon Panetta Talks Trump Asking Ukraine & China To Investigate Bidens, Trump Attacking Whistleblower, Impeachment Inquiry; Sanders Traveling Back To Vermont Today, Plans Campaign Trail Return; Poll: Kamala Harris Losing Support; Michigan Voters Weigh In On Impeachment; Mouse Runs Amok At White House. Aired 5-6p ET
GOP Senators Criticizing Trump; Trump Suggests Own News Network; Cracks In Trump's GOP Support Emerge Amid Impeachment Saga; Volker Says Giuliani Was Giving Trump "Negative" Ukraine Info; Trump Cites Corruption, Not Politics, In Ukraine Request; The Presidential Playbooks On Impeachment. Aired 8-9p ET
NEW DAY SATURDAY
House Democrats Subpoena White House Documents; Sen. Bernie Sanders Promises to Return to Campaign Trail Following Heart Attack; Ambassador Gordon Sondland Will Be Next to Testify on Ukraine Matters; No Administration Comment on Hong Kong Protests; Prince Harry Suing British Tabloids Over Alleged Phone Hack. Aired 6-7a ET
Second Intel Official Weighing Formal Whistleblower Complaint; Congress Subpoenas White House For Ukraine Documents; Sanders Leaves Hospital, Campaign Says He Had A Heart Attack; Joe Biden Calls Trump "Unhinged" In New Ad; Religious Foundation Files Complaint Against Guyger Case Judge For "Overstepping Judicial Authority"; Chicago Jury Finds 2nd Man Guilty In Murder Of 9-Year-Old Boy; Sen Rubio: "I Don't Think It's A Real Request". Aired 7-8a ET
Pompeo Defies Subpoena Deadline For Ukraine Documents; House Dems Demand Docs From Pence In Impeachment Inquiry; Joe Biden Calls Trump "Unhinged" In New Ad; Sen. Bernie Sanders Leaves Hospital, Campaign Says He Had A Heart Attack; Microsoft: Iranian Government Hackers Targeted U.S. Presidential Campaign; Treasury I.G. Investigating Handling Of Trump's Tax Returns. Aired 8-9a ET
S.E. CUPP UNFILTERED
Trump's DNA: Deny, Normalize, Attack; "New York Times:" Second Whistleblower Considering Filing A Complaint; Pompeo, State Department Entangled In Ukraine Scandal; Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) Arrives Home After Suffering Heart Attack; Biden Continues To Slam Trump; Biden Continues To Field Questions About Son's Business Dealings, Despite No Evidence Of Wrongdoing; Impeachment Inquiry Threatens To Overshadow 2020 Campaign; Trump's Right-Wing Media Firewall On Impeachment; Critics Slam Barr For Politicizing The Role Of Attorney General. Aired 6-7p ET
'All Across The Nation, Such A Strange Vibration'; What Precedent Will Be Set If Request Made Of Ukraine And China Goes Unpunished?; NYC Makes It Illegal To Say "Illegal Alien"; What's More Accurate: Polling Or Gambling Odds?; Are 2020 Democrats Too Far Left For Independents?; E-Cigarettes Market To Teens Using Big Tobacco Tactics. Aired 9-10a ET
THE VAN JONES SHOW
President Trump Invites Two Foreign Powers To Investigate His Political Rival; More Americans In Favor Of Impeaching Trump?; Interview With Rep. Jahana Hayes, (D-CT); Interview With Gov. Phil Bryant (R-MS). Aired 7-8p ET