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Russian Connection / The Dossier / Vogel Interview #1117376

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The response of President Trump to the dossier linked to Hillary Clinton's presidential election campaign introduced. [TRUMP - offers views on the "fake dossier" paid for by the Democrats, who have denied it until this court case: a disgrace, sad.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto) The corroboration by the intelligence community of contacts between the Trump campaign & Russians as detailed in the dossier & that special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller interviewed Christopher Steele, who put together this document, the connection of the Clinton campaign to the Fusion research firm.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A tweet from "New York Times" Ken Vogel about the Clinton campaign lawyer's reaction to the story quoted. [In interview from Washington, VOGEL - says the Clinton campaign pushed back {via semantics} against his story on the dossier & the memos therein, what Hillary Clinton said about the dossier not getting out, the Democratic expenditures, the Republican view that the Clinton campaign was linked to the Russians.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim

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