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Trump / Tweets / Russian Connection / A Discussion (Part II) #1121037

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 19, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The weekend tweets from President Trump re-introduced; Nov. 11, 2017, tweet about Russian President Vladimir Putin quoted. Live discussion continued with CNN's Philip Mudd, former FBI agent Josh Campbell, Kirsten Powers, Matt Lewis about of Trump's tweet claims & Russia. [LEWIS, MUDD, POWERS, CAMPBELL - offer views on the possibility Trump's administration is doing something covertly about the Russia problem, but he has never said anything bad about Russia & Putin, what government agencies should be doing about Russia, Trump's tweet storm adding nothing to the conversation, how we need to look forward.]
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