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US-Russia Relations / Election Hacking / Sanctions / A Discussion (Part I) #1105669

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 29, 2016
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto; Washington: Evan Perez) The crackdown on Russia by President Obama in response to the state-sponsored cyber hacking in the US election, why he is taking action now, how President-elect Donald Trump could roll all of this back although Congress is supporting Obama's actions discussed; White House statement quoted.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) A statement from Trump about moving on quoted.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto; Washington: Suzanne Malveaux) What Trump's team is saying {via incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer} about the hacking charges against Russia & cyber security, what Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway is saying about Obama's toughness as he moves on discussed. [CONWAY - cites the fever pitch of accusations against Russia: political motivation.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto; Moscow: Matthew Chance) The reaction of Moscow to the sanctions with reciprocal actions to come discussed.

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's security analyst Juliette Kayyem, former CIA Steven Hall & Woodrow Wilson Center fellow Jill Dougherty about the sanctions against Russia & the US intelligence. [HALL, DOUGHERTY, KAYYEM - offer views on the administration's first steps against Russia for the hacking, the issue of intelligence collection, the likely reaction of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the issue of the harassment of US personnel in Russia, the process for Trump to reverse this executive order.]

Reporter(s):
Sciutto, Jim;
Perez, Evan;
Malveaux, Suzanne;
Chance, Matthew
Duration:
00:15:00

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