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Campaign 2016 / Clinton E-mails / The Dossier / A Discussion #1117467

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 27, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The call from President Trump for the State Department to accelerate the release of Hillary Clinton's e-mails introduced. Live discussion held with CNN's author Carl Bernstein, former Trump adviser Jack Kingston & former Clinton adviser Maria Cardona about the e-mails. [BERNSTEIN, KINGSTON, CARDONA - offer views on how this is a distraction while the real issue is the Russian connection to the Trumps with a sprawling investigation going on, the issue of uranium assets & the dossier & DNC financing, how it is a total distraction; the dossier was opposition research no matter who pays for it, why does not Fusion GPS come forward, how the basic question is the doubts about the President's stability.]
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