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CNN Evening News for Monday, May 15, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jim Sciutto) Reports affirming the "Washington Post" story that President Trump revealed highly sensitive classified intelligence information to the Russian foreign minister & ambassador at the White House last week & the importance of intelligence partnerships with allies discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jim Sciutto) Live discussion held with CNN's John Dean about Trump & the Russians. [From Los Angeles, DEAN - offer views on how Trump's lack of government experience is showing, the damage control by the White House is not even a strong defense, how Trump does not know what he is doing & needs someone he will listen to, what happens when Republicans take on a president, the echoes of Watergate re: White House recordings.]

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