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Germany / US-Russia Relations / Trump-Putin Meeting / A Discussion (Part II) #1113040

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 07, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion continued with CNN's Kenan Inst. director Matthew Rojansky, David Gergen, CSIS vice president Heather Conley & Steve Hall about the meeting of President Trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin. [CONLEY, ROJANSKY, GERGEN, HALL - offer views on this first diplomatic meeting with Putin as with Presidents Bush, Clinton & Obama: our values do not coincide, Putin's power plays/games at the meeting: his win in having a meeting with the head of the US, the significance of the length of the meeting, "New York Times"'s David Sanger's piece on the JFK-Khrushchev meeting, the troubling fact that the US president is no longer viewed as the world leader & the Russian aim of superpower status.]
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Berman, John
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00:06:20

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