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Trump / News Conference / Trump & Russia / Conway Interview (Part III) / A Discussion #1106027

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 11, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Recent interview continued with President-elect Donald Trump's adviser Kellyanne Conway about the documents indicating Russia collected damaging information about Trump & the news coverage of the story. [CONWAY - bickers with the anchor about whether CNN & Buzzfeed stories/reports are linked: it is "fake news"; outlines Trump's approach to dealing with cyber security.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Conway's claim about what is a "link" on to the Buzzfeed article examined. Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers, Carl Bernstein, former CNN reporter Frank Sesno, former FBI/CIA Philip Mudd, Gloria Borger, Jim Acosta & Jim Sciutto about the Trump/Russian story. [SCIUTTO, BERNSTEIN, POWERS, ACOSTA, MUDD. SESNO, BORGER - offer views on the CNN elements of the story, about what "facts" the Trump people are questioning, how Conway is a "propaganda minister", how this is a case of "fake outrage" as with Trump's approach to the press conference, the CNN approach to holding people accountable, how Trump has declared war on the media & the story is legitimate, the attacks on the intelligence community, the use the term "fake news".]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Sesno's new book mentioned.

Cooper, Anderson

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