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Trump & Russia / Documents Story / Conway Interview / A Discussion #1106045

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 12, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New developments of the story of President-elect Donald Trump, classified documents that Russia had compromising information about him, what Vice President Joe Biden & national intelligence adviser James Clapper said about the unproven allegations & what Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway said last night in the CNN interview about CNN;s reporting introduced. [Last night, CONWAY - bicker about what White House press secretary Sean Spicer & Trump said & how CNN linked the BuzzFeed story.] The reassertion that CNN did not link to BuzzFeed presented.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New York: Jim Acosta; Washington: Jim Sciutto, Jake Tapper) Today's report that FBI director James Comey briefed Trump about the matter, how Trump will not change his claims as he never does, how CNN will just continue to cover stories, the accounts of the briefing contradicting Trump's account of "fake news" about the two-page document, what Spicer said to Acosta about the press conference, how the Trump team is not in command of the facts, the Trump strategy of attacking information discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim;
Jake, Jim Sciutto,

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