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(Studio: Tom Llamas) The return of President Trump from the G20 summit where he claims he talked with Russian President Vladimir Putin about Russian meddling in the US election & their proposal for a cyber security partnership introduced.
(White House: Gloria Riviera) The meeting during the presidential election campaign of Donald Trump, Jr., Jared Kushner & Paul Manafort with a Russian lawyer with ties to the Kremlin about Hillary Clinton & then about adoption examined; Trump, Jr., quoted; July 9 statement from Trump about pressing Putin on meddling & the cyber security unit & a critical response from Senator Marco Rubio quoted. [On "Meet the Press," Senator Lindsey GRAHAM - says Trump has a blind spot on Putin.] Putin's account of his meeting with Trump outlined. [On Fox, White House chief of staff Reince PRIEBUS - says the president did not believe Putin's denial.] [On ABC, Treasury Secretary Steven MNUCHIN- backs Trump.] The "New York Times" story on Trump, Jr., being willing to meet with Russians during the campaign discussed.
- Llamas, Tom;
- Riviera, Gloria
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