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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The shift for President Trump in the Russian investigation to Hillary Clinton's e-mails introduced; Trump tweet quoted. [White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - says if there was any collusion it was by the Clinton campaign.] The past story from the Trump team about the Russia story noted. [August 3, Oct. 16, August 10, June 9, TRUMP - says the Russia story is a fabrication: no collusion.] [Vice President Mike PENCE, Trump adviser Kellyanne CONWAY - deny collusion.] How neither special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's group nor the Senate intelligence Committee has cleared the collusion charge noted. [Senate committee's Richard BURR- says we are looking at evidence to see if there is collusion.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The view from the White House on Clinton collusion with the Russians, the Russian dossier issue & the link of Fusion GPS to the Clinton campaign & how more may come out discussed. [SANDERS - refuses to discuss it.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Clinton spokeswoman Karen Finney, former Trump adviser Jack Kingston & "New Yorker"'s Ryan Lizza about investigations. [LIZZA, KINGSTON, FINNEY - offer views on Trump's claims about Hillary's collusion with Russia with the uranium claims being debunked & the dossier linked to Democrats' opposition research, the collusion claims, how the Clintons have run from the dossier after paying for research, how no final conclusion has come to the investigation with Paul Manafort almost indicted with a "New York Times" story on the June meeting of Donald Jr. with the Russians, the defense of "opposition research", the issue of collusion on both sides, the "fog" about what happened in the 2016 election with no Democrats laying out the story.]
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