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Trump / Russian Connection / The Meeting / "Washington Post" Report / A Discussion #1114016

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Washington Post" story on the meeting at Trump Tower by Donald Trump, Jr., with a Russian lawyer with President Trump stating the meeting was about the adoption of Russian children while it was actually about getting information on Hillary Clinton's campaign re-introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin & a "Washington Post" reporter about the story about the meeting. [TOOBIN - offer views on whether this action by President Trump could be part of obstruction of justice evidence.] ["Washington Post" reporter Tom HAMBURGER†- says we learned the president played a greater role in crafting {"dictating"} the response about the June 9 meeting that later had to be walked back; comments on the statement from Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow; reiterates the response to the "New York Times" story was discussed at the G20.]
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