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Trump, Jr. / WikiLeaks Correspondence / Blumenthal Interview #1117880

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Mary Bruce; Washington: Pamela Brown) "The Atlantic" story on the correspondence between Donald Trump, Jr., & WikiLeaks before the 2016 presidential election & going on for months with a statement from Trump Jr.'s attorney Alan Futerfas†, what Trump Jr. told Congress examined; several exchanges between "The Atlantic" & Trump, Jr., quoted before & after the release of John Podesta's e-mails. [On Fox, Oct. 14, 2016, Vice President Mike PENCE - says we have concerns about WikiLeaks.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Senator Richard Blumenthal about the Trump Jr.-WikiLeaks correspondence. [BLUMENTHAL - says we want to learn about all the communications between Trump Jr. & WikiLeaks, a known Russian agent, whether President Trump knew about the communications, the need for an explanation from the president about his son's engagement with WikiLeaks, the need for public testimony from Trump officials, including Trump Jr. & Jared Kushner, about the issues, the nature of Trump Jr.'s exchanges with a WikiLeaks Twitter account: imprudent & maybe illegal, the questions about Trump Jr. not telling his father about the matter.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Bruce, Mary;
Brown, Pamela

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