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Trump / Surveillance & Intelligence / Rice / A Discussion #1109187

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 04, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What former national security adviser Ambassador susan Rice said about charges she "ummasked" & leaked names from intelligence investigations introduced. [On MSNBC, RICE - denies a connection between unmasking & leaking.] [On March 22, with Judy Woodruff, RICE - denies knowing anything.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Ryan Lizza, Errol Louis, Carl Bernstein, Kirsten Powers, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Amanda Carpenter & Steve Israel about Rice, leaking & unmasking. [LORD, ISRAEL, CARPENTER, LIZZA, POWERS, BERNSTEIN - offer views on the need for an independent investigation, the fundamental issue of Russian espionage, Rice's lack of credibility from the Benghazi story, the various "distractions" raised by President Trump's people, the process of intelligence & unmasking, the questions about whether Rice was politically motivated, the Watergate parallels: focus on the real story.]

Cooper, Anderson

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