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US=Russia Relations / Trump & Republicans / Graham-McCain Interview / A Discussion #1105600

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 27, 2016
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) An earlier interview held with Senators Lindsey Graham & John McCain about President-elect Donald Trump's view of Russia & Russian President Vladimir Putin. [From Estonia, GRAHAM, McCAIN - say Russia hacked into our systems to influence our election, that Trump will change his view about the Russians as a threat to democracy, that the Senate will pass sanctions against Putin.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's David Gergen, Carl Bentstein, "The Daily Caller"'s Matt Lewis & Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany about the senators, Trump & Russia. [BERNSTEIN, GERGEN, McENANY, LEWIS - offer views on the hacking evidence, Trump's business ties to Russia, the challenges to Trump's China policy, the challenge to Trump from two key senators, the context to the intelligence investigation into hacking, Trump's refusal to say anything bad about Russia/Putin, his disdain for facts.]

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Sciutto, Jim
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00:13:20

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