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Russian Connection / Criminal Charges #1117487

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 29, 2017
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(Studio: Elaine Quijano) The tweets from President Trump about the first criminal charges in the Russia investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller quoted.

(Washington: Paula Reid) The Russia investigation examined; details given about the probing of Trump's campaign's Paul Manafort, national security director Michael Flynn & the firing of FBI director James Comey. [Representative Trey GOWDY - says give Mueller a chance to do his job.] [On ABC, Representative Adam SCHIFF - says the Russian government was reaching out to the Trump campaign via Manafort & others.] [On CNN, Former US attorney Preet BHARARA†- comments on the charges.]

(Studio: Elaine Quijano; Washington: John Dickerson) The politics of the indictment

(s), how Trump may respond, the issue of the dossier & Hillary Clinton & how it helps the president, but they are two separate things, discussed.

Quijano, Elaine;
Reid, Paula;
Dickerson, John

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