CNN anchor and correspondent Jake Tapper aims to uncover the truth with his hard-nosed interviews. But now in his new book, Tapper turns his attention from learning the truth to writing fiction. Tapper joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss his new political thriller novel called "The Hellfire Club," and what he thinks of White House doctor Ronny Jackson withdrawing his nomination to be VA secretary.
French President Emmanuel Macron says he thinks President Trump will back out of the Iran nuclear deal in the next two weeks. Macron capped a three-day state visit with an address to a joint meeting of Congress where he urged the U.S. not to abandon the deal. Margaret Brennan, who spoke to Macron Wednesday, reports.
The president's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, says he will plead the Fifth in the Stormy Daniels lawsuit. The move allows Cohen to avoid testifying about the deal to keep the adult film actress from talking about an alleged sexual encounter with Donald Trump before he was president. Jeff Pegues reports.