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Trump / Russian Connection / Nunes / A Discussion (Part III) #1108873

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 28, 2017
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The criticism of House Intelligence Committee chair Dennis Nunes for his handing of the Russian connection investigation e-introduced. Live discussion continued with CNN's with George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley, "New Yorker"'s Ryan Lizza, "New York Times" Matthew Rosenberg, Gloria Borger, ex-Representative Jack Kingston, Kirsten Powers, Trump supporter Jason Miller & Bill Press about former acting attorney general Sally Yates, Nunes & the House Intelligence Committee. [TURLEY, BORGER, MILLER, KINGSTON, PRESS - offer views on executive privilege in Yates testifying, the problems with this investigation into the Russian connection.]
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