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Trump / Russian Connection / Nunberg Interview #1124492

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 11, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) The call from the Senate Intelligence Committee for former Trump campaign aide Sam Nunberg to turn over communications from Roger Stone about WikiLeaks & Russian hacking introduced. [In live interview, NUNBERG - offer views on why he is being called in to testify about Stone & WikiLeaks, Michael Caputo's view that special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller is focused on collusion, that he does not know of any collusion & what is the definition of collusion, what he meant about what President Trump did about the Russians the day after firing FBI director James Comey: a reason to investigate & how Michael Cohen "holds the cards" about Trump.]
Berman, John

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