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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at whether Russia is seen as a threat by President Trump & his intelligence team introduced. [National intelligence dir. Dan COATS- says Russia's intent is to undermine us.] [Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen NIELSEN - says the democracy is in the crosshairs.] [FBI dir. Christopher WRAY- says the threat is real.] [After the summit, TRUMP - refuses comment.] What Trump has said at different times about Russia noted. [In response to question, COATS - says he cannot address what was said at Helsinki.] [At a rally, TRUMP - says we are hindered by the Russian hoax.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Sciutto) The reasons why the intelligence team came out today to speak about Russia while Trump said Russian President Vladimir Putin was unhappy he is president, what White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said about it yesterday, what the officials said about Russian meddling in elections discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Max Boot, Asha Rangappa & Philip Mudd about Trump, the national security team & Russia. [RANGAPPA, MUDD, BOOT - offer views on the need for the president to clear up misinformation & the rhetoric from Putin, what is the message to be sent to Putin, how Trump continues to call meddling a hoax, how Trump has to get on board, how this is unusual diplomacy with Coats out of the loop.]
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