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Russian Connection / Trump., Jr. / Speier Interview #1118970

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 19, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) A speech by Donald Trump, Jr., offering a conspiracy theory about the Russia investigation introduced. [TRUMP - speaks about the media coverage of the investigation & a "rigged system" with people at the highest level of government ....] [Last Friday, Representative Jackie SPEIER - says President Trump wants to shut down the investigations & fire special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller.]

(Studio: John Berman) Earlier interview held with Representative Speier. [SPEIER - offers views on the rumors Trump will fire Mueller on Friday, how rumors can become fact in Washington, how aspersions are being cast against the investigation Mueller, on Trump Jr.'s conspiracy theory, the testimony today at House Intelligence Committee hearings by deputy FBI dir. Andy McCabe, the pace of their investigations.]

Berman, John

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