COOPER: "And my take is that I don't think the White House is stupid enough to create a credibility contest with Comey, because Comey's telling the truth here, there's no doubt about that. But if there's no tapes, the president would not have created this credibility dispute."
GERGEN: "I was in the Nixon administration as you know, and after watching the Clinton impeachment, I thought I would never see another one. But I think we're in impeachment territory. Obstruction of justice was the number one charge against bill Clinton, that led to his indictment in the house, and he won in the Senate. From a lay point of view, it looks like he was trying to impede the investigation, he was using hiss power to do that and when James Comey didn't go loochk along with him, he was. His boy, he fired him. From my point of view, this is of enormous consequence for his presidency. I think if you look at the three bombshells that we have had, the Comey firing last week, then the sharing of this highly classified conversation with the Russians of all people. And now trump asking Comey to drop the case, we have a presidency that's starting to fall apart."
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