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Trump / Russian Connection / Sessions Testimony / A Discussion #1111645

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Sara Murray) The limited White House response to the public testimony by Attorney General Jeff Sessions about President Trump, FBI director James Comey & the Russian connection discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Video from the Mayflower Hotel in Washington of Sessions & Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak both there in passing shown. Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord, Brian Fallon, Jason Miller, Gloria Borger, Bacari Sellers, Kirsten Powers, Matt Lewis & Ryan Lizza about the Russian ambassador, the Sessions testimony & the questioning. [LORD, FALLON, MILLER, BORGER, SELLERS, POWERS, LIZZA - offer views on eyewitness accounts of the public event, the process for Capitol Hill testimony to add a subpoena to make questions be answered, an independent counsel law, how Sessions fared in the hearings, the issue of Russian interference in the election, Sessions' "willful ignorance", whether Senator Kamala Harris was "hysterical", the tone of the Sessions testimony, Comey's laying out of an obstruction of justice case.] Other material: [At hearings, SESSIONS, COMEY - answer questions about the Russians interfering in the elections.] [SESSIONS - says he does not know about White House tapes.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Murray, Sara
Duration:
00:13:50

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