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Trump / Wiretap Claims / Spicer / A Discussion (Part I) #1108628

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 16, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What White House press secretary Sean Spicer said today about what Representative Devin Nunes said about the Senate Intelligence Committee report on President Trump's wiretap claims introduced. [SPICER - quotes Nunes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Manu Raju) What Spicer said Nunes said about the investigation of the wiretap claims discussed. [NUNES - says the president did not order a wiretap of Trump Tower & we have found no evidence of any surveillance; states FBI director James Comey will speak on Monday on the Russian connection & the suggestion he would wiretap.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Powers, Trump supporter Kayleigh McEnany, Van Jones, former Representative Jack Kingston about the wiretap issue. [POWERS, McENANY, JONES, KINGSTON - offer views on Spicer's evidence on what Trump "found out"; that there is no evidence of an Obama wiretap, but Mike Flynn's conversations were wiretapped & transcribed, how Trump tweeted out nonsense to change the subject about possible perjury by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the issue of leaks.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Raju, Manu

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