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Russian Connection / Flynn / A Discussion (Part III) #1118348

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 01, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A tweet from former Attorney General Jeff Sessions about the indictment of former national security director Michael Flynn in the Russia investigation quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporter Ed Martin & Van Jones about Flynn & the plea deal. [JONES - offers views on a "bunch of people are about to go to jail" with special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller first getting Flynn, how Flynn was a close insider with Trump.] [MARTIN - offers views on how President Trump fired Flynn, who lied to the FBI, how Mueller is a "zombie prosecutor,"]
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