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Russian Connection / House Intelligence Committee / Stewart Interview #1121947

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 12, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that the Republican House Intelligence Committee found no collusion in its Russia investigation introduced; Jan. 6, 2017, national intelligence report about Russian goals to undermine the elections & national intelligence dir. spokesman Brian Hale's support of this assessment quoted. The issue of the Russian operation noted. [March 2017, committee chair Representative Devin NUNES - talks about "some surveillance activity."] [March, 2017, White House press secretary Sean SPICER - says he does not know if Nunes was briefed.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Capitol Hill: Manu Raju) The committee's view on meddling, but that there was no collusion between Trump & Russian officials so the report will be contradicted by Democrats with Democrats blindsided by this Republican decision to end the investigation discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with committee Representative Chris Stewart about the committee's conclusion. [STEWART - offers views on how there is no evidence of collusion, on the investigation process with witness questioning, how he has read the CIA intelligence: they just got it wrong, the Nunes events: look at this in its totality, what Senator Dianne Feinstein has said about collusion.] Other material: [Today, voice of former national intelligence director James CLAPPER†- talks about the evolution of Russian actions against Hillary Clinton & for Donald Trump.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Raju, Manu

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