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Germany / US-Russia Relations / Trump-Putin Meeting / A Discussion (Part I) #1113038

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 07, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman; Hamburg, Germany: Jim Acosta) The longer than planned meeting of President Trump & Russian President Vladimir Putin in Hamburg, Germany, in which Trump confronted Putin about Russian meddling in the 2016 American election, the disagreement about Putin denials of interference, why the meeting when longer with an agreement on a cease-fire in parts of Syria, but no agreement on Ukraine, the on-camera by Russia & off-camera by Trump briefings after the meeting discussed; scenes shown of the pair at their meeting.

(Studio: John Berman; State Department: Michelle Kosinski) The divergent claims from Russia & the US about the Trump-Putin meeting with each side interpreting things differently, what Ambassador Sergey Lavrov said about events discussed. [Voice of Secretary of State Rex TILLERSON - says Trump pressed him {Putin} at first.]

(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The question of whether Russian hacking in the election has been proved by US intelligence again while Trump expressed doubt yesterday about Russian interference, what former national intelligence director James Clapper said about no one but Russia being involved in hacking discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Kenan Inst. director Matthew Rojansky, David Gergen, CSIS vice president Heather Conley, Jim Sciutto & Steve Hall about the Trump-Putin meeting. [GERGEN, CONLEY, ROJANSKY, SCIUTTO, HALL - offer views on the divergent views about what was said at the meeting so Trump needs to make a "robust statement" about meddling, what Tillerson & Lavrov said while Russia is increasing their influence in other democratic allies, the need for a clear statement from the administration about what Russia has done & then move forward in dealing with Russia about nuclear arms & North Korea, the Russian effort after the meeting to put Trump in an awkward position about the meddling issue brought up by Trump, Trump, the intelligence community & the Russian attack on our democracy, what Russia wants us to forget about & move on.]

Berman, John;
Acosta, Jim;
Kosinski, Michelle;
Sciutto, Jim

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