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Trump / Kushner / Business / Security Clearance / Harris Interview / A Discussion (Part I) #1121556

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 27, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A "Washington Post" story that four countries looked into way to manipulate Jared Kushner introduced. [Reporter Shane HARRIS - lists the four countries as Israel, China, Mexico & UAR that were interested business-wise in Kushner, who needed international finance for real estate in New York City, how Kushner met for business with Russia during the presidential transition that affected his security clearance, the element he had unreported conversations with foreign officials, reporting on his high-level meetings on his own with China.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Carrie Cordero, Philip Mudd, Michael Zeldin & Carl Bernstein about Kushner. [MUDD, CORDERO, ZELDIN, BERNSTEIN - offer views on Kushner's downgraded security, the FBI options after the background investigation & what President Trump & White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly could decide, the options for the president, how special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller'S investigation is focusing on Kushner & his conflicts of interests with private vs. public business.]

Cooper, Anderson

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