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Trump / Russian Connection / Manafort / Himes Interview #1108684

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 21, 2017
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The issue of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort's ties to Ukraine's pro- Russian president introduced. [Senator John McCAIN - says he has questions about those {Manafort} with those close ties to the Russians.] [In response to question from Representative Jim Himes, FBI director James COMEY - says he does not want to answer questions about somebody.] [In interview, HIMES - says Manafort & others have the bizarre commonality of being senior campaign managers who had ties to Russia & may need to be issued a subpoena; reacts to the view of White House press secretary Sean Spicer that Manafort had a limited role; what former acting attorney general Sally Yates may say; comments on the surprises from Comey's testimony, the circumstantial evidence about the Russian connection with President Trump.]
Cooper, Anderson

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