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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A CNN report that FBI counterintelligence is investigating a business deal by President Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump as part of her security clearance introduced; details given about the "New York Times" story on business loans to Jared Kushner from companies he met at the White House. [Oct, 26, June 28, Feb. 2, 2016, etc. TRUMP - criticizes Hillary Clinton's dealing with special interests while he does not need it.] [In response to questions from ABC, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS - defends Kushner.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Sara Murray, Shimon Prokupecz) A look at the Trump Towers deal in Vancouver with the Trumps having a licensing/development deal with the Malaysian owner, why FBI counterintelligence is interested in the deal, how it is being run out of the special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller case, the issue of Ivanka's security clearance with her attorney's spokesman Peter Mirijanian quoted, discussed..
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Shimon, Sara Murray,
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