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Campaign 2016 / The Dossier / A Discussion #1117439

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 26, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Clinton campaign press secretary Brian Fallon, Jeffrey Toobin & "The Conservative Case for Trump" author Ed Martin about Democratic payments to the firm behind the Trump dossier. [FALLON - offers views on work done for the Clinton campaign by law firms via Fusion GPS & someone had to know about this opposition research on Donald Trump's business connections, how Christopher Steele was both investigating & dealing with the Russians.] [MARTIN - offers views on how someone in the Democratic campaign had to know about the spending on the dossier, suggests there is a coverup about the Clinton-Russia connection.] [TOOBIN - offers views on the dossier research going into December, how someone in the campaign had to know about campaign spending.]
Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:08:40

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