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Trump / Russian Connection / "New York Times" Interview / A Discussion #1119248

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 29, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The politics of what President Trump said in his interview with the "New York Times" introduced; his statement about the tax plan quoted. Live discussion held with CNN's conservative Tara Seymayer, Jack Kingston, Democrat Brian Fallon & former Bush aide Scott Jennings about what Trump said about special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller. [KINGSTON, FALLON, SETMAYER - offer views on Trump's signals {in the interview} about the Mueller investigation, the issue of whether Trump is "well" with delusional statements on collusion, the tax codes, his support, his rhetoric claiming him to be the best, how Trump came off measured in the "NYT" interview, Trump's authority over the Justice Department.]
Berman, John

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