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Trump / Russian Connection / Page Interview / A Discussion #1107781

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 03, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Tonight's interview with former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page about his relationship to President Trump & the campaign referred to. [PAGE - offers views on the reports about his relationship to the Trump campaign.] Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers, "New York Times" Maggie Haberman, ex-Representative Jack Kingston, Parris Dennard, Democrat Jonathan Tasini & Carl Bernstein about the Page interview & the Russian connection. [HABERMAN, POWERS, BERNSTEIN, KINGSTON, TASINI, DENNARD - offer views on how Page would not answer specific questions about Russia, how his story is changing, how Page exaggerated his role in the Trump administration, how Page may have been used by Russia, that there is a coverup going on about the goings on with Russians, what Attorney General Jeff Sessions said {argument between Cooper & Kingston}, why Sessions recused himself, how Page was a hanger-on with Trump's campaign, how Trump named Page, the pervasive truth problem.]
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