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Trump / Russian Connection / The Meeting / Trump, Jr. / Sekulow Interview (Part II) / A Discussion #1113302

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with President Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow about the meeting of Donald Trump, Jr., with a Russian attorney. [From Nashville, SEKULOW - offer views on whether lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya worked for the Russian government, how no statute was violated by the meeting, that she was interested in the Magnitsky Act so people left early, how President Trump was not aware of the meeting until the issue came out.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's "The Atlantc"'s Molly Ball, former Senator Rick Santorum, Jeffrey Toobin, Bob Baer & former US attorney Matthew Whitaker about the meeting, the Sekulow viewpoint. [TOOBIN, SANTORUM, BALL, WHITAKER BAER - offer views on what Sekulow is saying that there was no illegality, the issue of information in a political scandal & the need to get more out if there is more there, the other shoes in the matter that could drop, so we have to keep looking, whether the Russian government would use a lawyer: a "soft pitch" to get cooperation with the Trump team, which was receptive to working with the Russians, the issue of Don Jr.'s transparency.]

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