CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 05, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The Trump administration's targeting Rice for trying to learn the name of Trump operatives picked up in surveillance of Russia, the skepticism of Rice going back to Benghazi days & the Bowe Bergdahl trade in 2014 examined. [On MSNBC, RICE - denies using intelligence for political purposes.] [Voice of Senator Tom COTTON- calls Rice the Typhoid Mary of the Obama administration.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump said to Haberman about Rice's wrongdoing being the "biggest" story examined; scenes shown of Trump using the "biggest" phrase in 9 stories as candidate & president. Live discussion held with CNN's Kirsten Power, Trump supporters Kayleigh McEnany & Jeffrey Lord, Matt Lewis, Ryan Lizza & Philip Mudd about Trump & the Rice story. [POWERS, McENANY, MUDD, LEWIS, LIZZA, LORD - offer views on why Trump cares more about the Rice story, whether he has evidence of a crime about her "unmasking", how this is "shuck & jive" by the president while the Russian connection is being investigated, if she leaked names & Rice is a serial liar or is it normal NSA business.] Other material: [On CNN, former CIA director Michael HAYDEN - defends Rice's handling of foreign intelligence.]
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