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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at Russia investigation centering on former Trump campaign head Paul Manafort & WikiLeaks' Julian Assange with a report the two men met before the release of Democratic e-mails stolen by Russian intelligence efforts with each denying the meetings introduced. [Five times during the campaign, Donald TRUMP - says he loves WikiLeaks.] Trump's tweets on special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller's investigation as a witch hunt quoted; details given about facts about the tweets. [In response to three questions, including from CNN's Jim Acosta, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee SANDERS = says Trump calls it a "ridiculous witch hunt"; says the White House believes there was no collusion; comments on no collusion again.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) Sanders' defense of the president, but not the presidential election campaign, so there may be more indictments from the investigation & the possibility of a pardon discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Trump attorney former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani told the "Wall Street Journal" about now not being the time for a Manafort pardon quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Carrie Cordero, Nia-Malika Henderson, Gloria Borger, Rick Santorum & Jen Psaki about Manafort et al. [CORDERO, BORGER, HENDERSON, SANTORUM, PSAKI - offer views on whether Manafort met with Assange, how Trump is acting more "scattered" due to the Mueller Investigation, the speculation about Trump helping Manafort with a possible pardon, & whether it should be done, how the president needs to let the process play out, the leaks from Assange's WikiLeaks, the role of Roger Stone, this cast of characters who are not credible & were affiliated with the Trump campaign, including Manafort.]
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