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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Capitol Hill: Mary Bruce) The war of words between President-elect Donald Trump & the intelligence community over the Russian hacking into the US election story examined; scenes shown from the Capitol halls. [Dec. 11, Dec. 31, TRUMP - says it could be somebody sitting in a bed & we know things other people don't know.] [At hearings, national intelligence dir. James CLAPPER - comments on healthy skepticism vs. disparagement.] Trump's Tweet quoting WikiLeaks' Julian Assange quoted.] [Senator Joe DONNELLY- backs Clapper.] [Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says Russia is up to no good.] [Two other CONGRESSMEN - comment.] Word that former CIA director James Woolsey is leaving the Trump campaign transition team discussed.
(Studio: David Muir, Jonathan Karl) The final briefing of President Obama by the intelligence team on the hacking & the assessment of why Russia did this & the deposing of Trump in a lawsuit against a celebrity chef discussed.
- Muir, David;
- Bruce, Mary;
- Jonathan, David Muir,
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