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Germany / G20 Summit / US-Russia Relations #1113079

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 08, 2017
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Hamburg, Germany: Hallie Jackson) The questions coming out of the G20 summit in Germany that ended with the focus on the meeting of President Trump with Russian President Vladimir Putin & their discussion about Russian meddling in the US election examined; details given of the G20 summit announcement that their position on climate change is irreversible despite the US opposition. [PUTIN - {thru translator} says he answered his questions about the election & he {Trump} was satisfied with my answers.] [TRUMP says he had a tremendous meeting with Putin.] [On CNN, US Ambassador to U.N. Nikki HALEY - says we need to see where it {US-Russia relations} goes from here.] [Voice of Trump aide Gary COHN†- comments.] A "New York Times" story on a meeting during the presidential election campaign between a Kremlin-linked lawyer & Donald Trump, Jr., Jared Kushner & Paul Manafort.]

Snow, Kate;
Jackson, Hallie

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