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Trump / Russian Connection / Comey Tapes / A Discussion (Part II) #1112173

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 22, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How President Trump has been coy about whether there are White House tapes of his conversations with FBI director James Comey introduced. [On Fox, on May 12; June 9, TRUMP - comments on Comey being honest & maybe the tapes.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, former Trump official Brian Lanza, Paul Begala, former Virginia attorney general Kenneth Cuccinelli & Gloria Borger about Trump, Comey & tapes. [BEGALA, TOOBIN, BORGER, LANZA, CUCCINELLI - offer views on Trump's tapes, White House taping, the conspiracy issue, the impact of the fear of tapes on Comey's testimony, the motives.]

Cooper, Anderson

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