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Stone Interview (Part II) #1122957

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 06, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Randi Kaye) A look at how close is the connection between longtime Trump ally Roger Stone & Julian Assange of WikiLeaks, presented; details given about the leak of Hillary Clinton e-mails in June 2016, Stone's e-mail about dining with Assange, Stone's criticism of Clinton, calling Assange as a hero, his joking about dining with Assange, evidence about Stone being/not being in London at the time, other conflicting statements, Twitter messages made public.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview continued with Stone. [From Ft. Lauderdale, STONE - offers views on his "communication" with Assange, whom he admires as a journalist who had evidence that would roil the presidential election campaign, his hyperbole with no exchange of information about the WikiLeaks leaks of e-mails, why he joked about having hold Sam Nunberg dinner with Assange, the false "New York Times" story about a FISA warrant, denies having advance knowledge about the hacked leaks, what he said about the Podesta brothers various businesses, that Donald Trump needed no help from Russia in beating Hillary Clinton, his claims that he was poisoned with polonium, his suspicious car accident.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:17:10

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