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Trump / Russian Connection / The Meeting / Trump, Jr. / Sekulow Interview (Part II) / A Discussion (Part II) #1113304

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) tonight's interview held with President Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow about the meeting of Donald Trump, Jr., with a Russian lawyer. [SEKULOW - offer views on Trump, Jr., transparency by putting out the e-mail chain.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued 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 - offer views on the investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller of the meeting, the e-mails, Trump's assistant Rona Graff‡, how the president's agenda is stuck, the dissatisfaction with presidential leadership, Trump, Jr., evolving story.]

Cooper, Anderson

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