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Trump / Russian Connection / Comey Testimony / Under Oath / A Discussion #1111510

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 09, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The question as to whether President Trump will testify under oath to rebut assertions made by FBI director James Comey in his Senate Intelligence Committee testimony introduced. [TRUMP - says he would speak under oath to deny Comey's claims of a pledge of allegiance.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's historian Douglas Brinkley, Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord & Carl Bernstein about presidents testifying under oath. [BRINKLEY, LORD, BERNSTEIN - offer views on President Bill Clinton as the Hank Aaron of giving sworn testimony as in August 1998, President Ronald Reagan agreeing to answer questions in writing, how this is a war between the Washington establishment & the American people, Richard Nixon's grand jury testimony after he left office, Trump's problems with sloppy sound bytes, the Comey relationship with former FBI director Robert Mueller, Comey's objective in engineering a special counsel because of what the Russians did to our election.]

Berman, John

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