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Trump / Russian Connection / Comey Testimony / A Discussion (Part II) #1111265

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 31, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's conservative Matt Lewis, "Wall Street Journal" Eli Stokols†, Democrat Jennifer Granholm, Trump supporter Jason Miller, American Center for Law & Justice Jay Sekulow about the testimony next week to the Senate Intelligence Committee from fired FBI director James Comey about his relationship with President Trump. [SEKULOW, GRANHOLM, STOKOLS, LEWIS, MILLER - offer views on Comey's position in testifying after he intervened in the presidential election, the Trump strategy of criticizing John Brennan & Comey, the focus of the Comey testimony, Comey's image, the bickering between Lewis & Sekulow, Sekulow's efforts to get an American released from a Turkish prison.]
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