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Trump / Russian Connection / The Dossier / A Discussion (Part II) #1119165

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 26, 2017
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(Studio: Jim Sciutto) Live discussion continued with CNN's former CIA & FBI agent Philip Mudd, law professor Carrie Cordero, columnist Matt Lewis & Carl Bernstein about President Trump, the FBI, the Russia investigation & the dossier. [BERNSTEIN, CORDERO, LEWIS - offer views on the investigation by special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller that could exonerate the president; how FBI agents could separate their political views from the job, the makeup of the Mueller team; how Trump tweets are a distraction from the job of national security; the view {from the FBI} that Trump would not win the election, a view the FBI has handled this horribly giving Trump examples to attack; the need to find the facts here.]
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Sciutto, Jim
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00:07:30

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