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Trump / Tweets / FBI / A Discussion (Part I) #1121035

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 19, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The tweets from President Trump on the days of funerals for Florida school shooting victims Luke Hoyer, Alaina Petty & Alyssa Alhadeff reviewed; his tweets on the FBI & no collusion, the Russian indictments quoted with the facts reviewed. [On Thursday, TRUMP - speaks about being here for the families.] [[In Munich, national security advisor H.R. McMASTER†- says the evidence {against Russia} is incontrovertible.] His tweets critical of McMaster & "little" Representative Adam Schiff quoted. [SCHIFF - says the American people have a right to know what was going on.] What Trump has said about Russia meddling & believing Russian President Vladimir Putin quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Philip Mudd, former FBI agent Josh Campbell, Kirsten Powers, Matt Lewis about the veracity of Trump's tweet claims. [CAMPBELL, MUDD, POWERS, LEWIS - offer views on targeting of FBI agents for political reasons: the organization reaction to the criticism of the agency by either party, the need to get agencies to work together, Trump's undermining of McMaster because his only interest in the Russian investigation is how it applies to himself, the errors by former President Obama & by the FBI.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:12:50

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