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CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 23, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) More reports of ties of the White House to Cambridge Analytica, including Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. Steve Bannon, new national security adviser John Bolton, who hired the firm, introduced.

(London: Drew Grffin) The report Bolton used Facebook data from Cambridge Analytica examined; details given about Bolton's Super PAC deal using new data. [Former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher WYLIE†- says Bolton used the Facebook data; states we wanted to change voters minds.] How Cambridge Analytica is also under fire in Britain & the company statement about downplaying Wylie's role discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Grffin, Drew

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