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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 27, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dylan Byars) A CNN exclusive on how Russians bought a Black Lives Matter ad on Facebook targeting people in Baltimore & Ferguson, Missouri, two cities that had police shootings, how the Russian ads often were aimed at undermining US democracy in general as opposed to being specifically aimed at the election discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former US attorney Preet Bharara† about the Russian Connection. [BHARARA - offers views on the Russian ads & what was targeted as well as interfering in the election, the resignation of the acting DEA head Chuck Rosenberg, perhaps because of his concerns about President Trump & the rule of law as with what he said about police roughing up suspects, special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller getting tax information from the IRS.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Byars, Dylan

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