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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 17, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The meeting of White House press secretary Sean Spicer with special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's committee investigating the Russian connection & the subpoenaing by the Senate Intelligence Committee of former Trump adviser Carter Page, who made many trip to Russia, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Politico reporter Annie Kami†, CNN's law professor Jonathan Turley & political analyst Paul Callan about the Spicer interview by the Mueller team. [KAMI, TURLEY, CALLAN, SCIUTTO - offer views on the expansion of the Russia investigation, whether Mueller is looking at obstruction of justice, how Spicer legally has to turn over his White House notebooks, the pace of the investigation with Mueller getting closer to the White House, the investigation of the president's involvement, the length of the Spicer interview, how Spicer was not a central player in the West Wing, the long-time roles of Hope Hicks†† & Rona Graf‡ with Trump, the Trump Tower meeting with Russians, how a lot of people do not take Spicer seriously, but he could have information, the "fake news" churned out in Russia, including the "Department of Provocation" for spreading news run by a chef/oligarch.]

Cooper, Anderson

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