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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The call from a bipartisan group for a look into the Russian role in hacking into the US presidential election reviewed. [On Fox News, President-elect Donald TRUMP - says he does not need daily intelligence briefings.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Sciutto) The purpose of the daily intelligence briefing for the president to bring new information to update the president, the issue of the intention of the Russian hacking into Democrats & Republicans discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd & security analyst Bob Baer about the briefings. [MUDD, BAER - offer views on the president, intelligence information & the dangers of the "filtering" of information, how Trump needs to catch up on what is happening via the "PDB", the support from the Presidents Bush for the CIA, the CIA & FBI reports on the Russian hacking: to weaken Hillary Clinton before & when she became president.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Sciutto, Jim
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