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Trump / Russian Connection / Kislyak / A Discussion #1107757

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 02, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(State Department: Michelle Kosinski) The background on Russian diplomat Sergey Kislyak, who has been linked to President Trump's campaign staff & may have ties to Russian intelligence, examined; photos shown; details given about Michael Flynn's talks with Kislyak that led to his resignation. [CNN's Kimberly DOZIER†- characterizes Kislyak; comments on the Russian spy game in the US.] [In 2016, KISLYAK - talks about relations with the US.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's former CIA officer Steven Hall, former Representative Mike Rogers & former Obama staffer Jen Psaki about Russian Ambassador Kislyak. [HALL, ROGERS, PSAKI - offer views on how Kislyak is the eyes/ears of Russian President Vladimir Putin to get information on the US government, the ambassador's job to meet with members of Congress, the view of President Obama's administration of Kislyak, the foreign policy issues pertaining to Russia under President Trump, how Russian interests do not align with the US.]

Berman, John;
Kosinski, Michelle

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