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Trump / Russian Connection / Manafort Wiretap / A Discussion (Part II) #1116211

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 18, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The FBI wiretapping of Donald Trump's campaign manager Paul Manafort before & after the presidential election as part of the Russian investigation re-introduced. Live discussion continued with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Carl Bernstein, John Dean, former FBI agent Asha RanGappa† & former CIA officer Steve Hill about the Manafort wiretapping. [HALL, BERNSTEIN, TOOBIN, RANGAPPA, DEAN - offer views on the FBI having evidence to get wiretaps on Manafort to find Russian operations, the unclear timing of the wiretaps, the "New York Times" report Manafort will be indicted, special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation, the issue of "collusion," Mueller's aggressive tactics in investigating Russia.]
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