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US-Russia Relations / Hacking / Trump & Intelligence / A Discussion #1106058

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 05, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Democrat Paul Begala, Gloria Borger, former Representative Jack Kingston, Van Jones, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany & Kirsten Powers about President-elect Donald Trump, Russian hacking & the Senate intelligence hearings. [BORGER, BEGALA, KINGSTON, JONES, McENANY, POWERS - offer views on Trump on a collision course with his intelligence community & Congressional Republicans like Senator Lindsey Graham, how Trump is attacking the intelligence community that is trying to protect the country, the politics of the intelligence community, how this is a long-term problem for Trump since Russian President Vladimir Putin is a major force against the US, the issue of motive, how Trump disparages the intelligence community, how intelligence has become politicized.]
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