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Trump / Russian Connection / Manafort / A Discussion (Part I) #1108701

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 22, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Pamela Brown, Evan Perez) FBI information that associates of Donald Trump communicated with Russian operatives to release information that would hurt opponent Hillary Clinton, what FBI director James Comey said on Monday, but the investigation will look into collusion, how Michael Flynn, Paul Manafort, Roger Stone & Carter Page have been looked at for connections with Russians discussed. [COMEY - explains the standards for investigating people.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's ""New York Times" Maggie Haberman, Carl Bernstein, Philip Mudd & David Chalian about the FBI investigation of the Trump campaign & Russians. [HABERMAN, CHALIAN, MUDD, BERNSTEIN - offer views on the FBI investigation, what Representative Devin Nunes is saying, the scope of the unsolved Russia question, what it means for the Trump administration, the issue of Manafort's role in the campaign, the issue of proof of collusion, whether the FBI was lied to, that there is a coverup inside the Trump campaign about the contacts with Russia, the White House strategy of pivoting away from this foreign connection problem, what the Republicans are NOT doing like they did in Watergate.] Other material: [White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says even Gen. Michael Flynn was a volunteer of the campaign & Manafort had a limited role.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Evan, Pamela Brown,
Duration:
00:14:30

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