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Trump / Flynn & Russia / "Washington Post" Report / A Discussion #1106921

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 10, 2017
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jake Tapper) A "Washington Post" story that President Trump's national security adviser Michael Flynn discussion US sanctions against Russia with the Russian ambassador before Trump took office examined. ["Washington Post" reporter Greg MILLER†- says Flynn was sending a signal to Russia about the sanctions.] [Falsely, on CBS, Vice President-elect Mike PENCE, White House press secretary Sean SPICER - clarify the conversations.] [Former deputy secretary of state Tony BLINKEN - wonders if Russian President Vladimir Putin was told to hold off about sanctions.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto; White House: Jeff Zeleny) What Trump said about the Flynn-Russia story & the issue of credibility raised by Flynn's initial denials discussed. [On the plane, TRUMP - says he has not seen the story.]

(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's Gloria Borger, Kirsten Powers, ex-Representative Jack Kingston, "The Federalist" writer Mary Katharine Ham, retired Army Gen. Mark Hertling & Juliette Kayyem about Trump & Pence & the Russia story. [BORGER, POWERS, HERTLING, KAYYEM, KINGSTON - offer views about the internal problem about what Flynn said to the Russian ambassador, whether Trump has really heard about the story; how Flynn has been disrespectful about the campaign & an integrity crisis, how people make mistakes.]

Reporter(s):
Sciutto, Jim;
Tapper, Jake;
Zeleny, Jeff
Duration:
00:12:40

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