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Russian Connection / Sessions Testimony / Cicilline Interview #1117855

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 14, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The third questioning by the House Judiciary Committee of Attorney General Jeff Sessions about Russia examined; scenes shown from the hearings now & January 10, October 18; details given about his meetings with the Russian ambassador. [SESSIONS denies lying.] [In response to questions from Senator Al Franken, SESSIONS - denies "activities" with Russians.] The March 31, 2016, meeting that included President Trump, Sessions & George Papadopoulos shown. [SESSIONS - says he did no recall the meeting until....; now recalls the meeting but not the details of the meeting] [Many times today, SESSIONS - says "I don't recall."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Pamela Brown) Sessions' testimony today about the March 16 meeting & Russians, the claims from the Russian ambassador he met with Sessions discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The discussion of House Judiciary Committee protocol/procedure shown. [Earlier, Representative David CICILLINE†- talks about Sessions' responses to certain questions he "cannot" answer, how he needs to come back to answer those questions, his denials of contacts with Russians: no full transparency.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Brown, Pamela

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