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Trump / FBI Spy / Flake / A Discussion (Part II) #1124969

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 23, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at what President Trump is saying about an FBI spy in his presidential election campaign with his claims unsupported introduced. [Senator Jeff FLAKE - says it is unfair to make these claims without proof & then briefing just Republicans: it is just the FBI following leads.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with CNN's Carl Bernstein, "New York Times" Julia Hirschfeld Davis & former FBI agent Josh Campbell about the president & the spy issue. [BERNSTEIN, DAVIS, CAMPBELL - offer views on what Watergate was about: that the president is not above the rule of law while Trump is trying to bury the rule of law with help from the Republican Party, the "lies by President Trump" day after day & the party goes along with the false narrative, the political approach of the Republicans while waiting to see what special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller finds, that there could be lasting damage to American institutions.]

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