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Trump / Russian Connection / Flynn / A Discussion (Part III) #1109033

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 30, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Wolf Blitzer) The timeline behind the ouster of national security adviser Michael Flynn, who is now seeking to testify if granted immunity, starting on Dec. 25, 2016 outlined on screen; messages quoted. [Jan. 13, 2017, voice of White House press secretary Sean SPICER; Vice President Mike PENCE - comment on the Flynn call to the Russian ambassador.] How Flynn misled the administration about the content of his calls noted. [Voice of "Washington Post" reporter Adam ENTOUS†- comments on the Sergey Kislyak discussion.] Flynn's Feb. 13 letter of resignation quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's ex-Representative Jack Kingston, Jen Psaki, Jeffrey Toobin, "New York Times" Matthew Rosenberg, Gloria Borger, "New Yorker"'s Ryan Lizza about Flynn & the immunity issue. [KINGSTON, TOOBIN, PSAKI, BORGER, ROSENBERG, LIZZA - offer views on Flynn coming forward to tell what he knows, how immunity works via the Justice Department and/or Congress, where his story may lead, the Hillary Clinton staff immunity issue, what the immunity deal means for the White House.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Blitzer, Wolf

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