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US-Russia relations / Summit / Trump & Obama / A Discussion #1126809

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 29, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) President Trump's blaming of President Obama, not Russian President Vladimir Putin, for Russia's annexation of Crimea introduced. [On Air Force One, TRUMP - says Obama gave up Crimea; outlines what we will talk about & maybe the world can de-escalate.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's Max Boot & security analyst Steve Hall about Trump's view of history. [BOOT - offers views on how Trump never blames Putin for anything, how Trump will not pressure Putin on election meddling, how Putin would love the US moving troops out of Germany.] [HALL - offers views on how Putin must be pleased with what Trump is saying, how Putin does not believe in the western idea of "peace".]

Berman, John

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