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Russian Connection / Kushner, Sessions & Memory / A Discussion (Part II) #1118031

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 17, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The heat on Jared Kushner about what he has said about WikiLeaks in the Russian investigation, which could lead to more interviews before Congress to explain & turn over documents, including e-mails, introduced. Live discussion continued with CNN's Pamela Brown, John Dean, Michael Zeldin & Evan Perez about Kushner & the investigation. [BROWN, DEAN , ZELDIN- offer views on the call for Kushner to provide missing documents, how President Trump might handle pardons for family members, the likely reaction of special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller joking from Attorney General Jeff Sessions, whether he will be asked to testify.] Other material: [In speech to the Federalist Society, SESSIONS - jokes about Ambassador Kislyak or other Russians being in the room.]
Berman, John

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